Studio Ghibli’s official merch store in Japan has a special treat for eco-friendly fans.
Donguri Republic (Donguri Kyowakoku), which has created a variety of merchandise based on characters from the famed animation studio, has released some adorable Studio Ghibli tote bags.
Remember the magical bath house that the Gods travel to in “Spirited Away”?
As it turns out, such a fantastical place exists, complete with the same imaginative mechanism, on the southern island of Kyushu, according to Soranews24.
Meals in anime movies can look quite mouthwatering, and you can’t help but wonder how they would taste like in real life, especially with the colorful presentation and delightful combination of food.
Luckily, a female Japanese food artist, En93kitchen, decided to recreate some anime meals, bringing to life some of the food seen in movies created by Studio Ghibli and legendary Japanese director, Hayao Miyazaki, according to Bored Panda.
Momo Lu is a 2-year-old girl from Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Last Friday, her Kindergarten class held a costume party for Halloween.
When Momo’s mother, Elmo Chen, asked her what she wanted to be for Halloween, she replied that she wanted to be No-Face from the Hayao Miyazaki film “Spirited Away“.
Fans of the hugely popular Studio Ghibli film “Spirited Away” have been accusing a South Korean animation studio of copying too many elements from the Hayao Miyazaki classic.
An upcoming Korean animated film called “dal-bich-goong-gwol”, or “Moonlight Palace,” is already generating tons of negative feedback for allegedly bearing too much resemblance to “Spirited Away”, reported RocketNews24.