Ghibli Museum is a museum featuring the Japanese anime work of Studio Ghibli, and is located in Inokashira Park in Mitaka, a western suburb of Tokyo, Japan. The museum is a fine arts museum, but does not take the concept of a usual fine arts museum.
Amazing place. And it reminds me about the stories I read in childhoooood.
great musuem for the price. gift shop is packed so be patient.
Excellent for any animation fan. Ghibli is a must see. First floor is powerful.Lacks english signs.
👉Remember to visit Totoro at the left side of the entrance. The right side is the actual entrance to the museum. Re-entry is not allowed.
Really fun and cool museum dedicated to Studio Ghibli's movies.
Nifty admission ticket. Don't lose it!
Beer was average, but beer label was on point.
The actual exhibit space isn't as big as the huge building would suggest but nonetheless this is a must see for any Ghibli fan. Great to see all the sketches and models!
Beautiful little museum that's obligatory for anyone that likes animation - even just a little bit.
Visit here in Japan, like visiting Disney Land in America. Awesome place for those who love Japanese animation industry. Sort of classic.
Someone put a lot of effort into finding some awesome books for the studio shelves - check 'em out!
This is an incredible place for all the lovers of Studio Ghibli's work! I got completely lost while exploring the museum. What brought me back was the closing bell....
Such a wondrous place. Let your imagination come to life!
You can buy Ghibli Museum ticket at every lowson shop in Japan.
No olvides ver el corto exclusivo. En el sótano hay una ventana del pueblo de Kiki donde te puedes tomar fotos.
Give me the date and I'll book an AM ticket for you here
Amazing museum from Ghibli studio <3
(for Korean) 한국에서 예약하는게 좋음. 여유있게 이노카시라 공원을 같이 둘러보자.
Even if not a fan of Ghibli Studios work, you should drop by and enjoy this awesome place! A great insight to how animation really happens. You must buy tickets in advance!
It's like a quirky, highly detailed mansion. And the animation exhibits... wow.
Go to see the short movie first!
I didn't realize so many of the exhibits would be about the animation process! Far more interesting for adults than I expected.
Definitely need to reserve tickets in advance. Do at any Lawson convenience stores- the sales attendants will be willing to help you out.
Suban a la azotea
Be early if you're planning to have lunch there to avoid the long queue which could take up to an hour. Otherwise, takeaway counter is quick, with a simple menu.
Definitely worth the money and trek to Mitaka. The city bus from Mitaka station stops at stop #9 and costs 200 per adult one-way
have a good day~
For those in US, you can get tickets in JTA office and it's not time based as the one from Lawson ticket machine. Also no picture inside
Get admission tickets in advance. Try to be there at 9:30am to avoid line ups. Do not miss straw hat cafe. It opens at 11am, be the first group there as the cafe fills up fast.
Too crowded! Well....
Amazing! Crowded but amazing.
바람의 계곡맥주 맛납니다!!! 카페내에
No tickets available at door, must purchase in advance( available at Lawsons)
When it gets crowded, do as the locals do and push into tight spaces to see the cool exhibits.
Those who are trying to stop smoking, be warned! :) Their working place replication shows a lot of cigarets. You'd better have your own nicotine substitution ready with you!