Aichi Prefecture’s EXPO Park already attracts fans of Studio Ghibli with a replica of Mei and Satsuki Kusakabe's home from My Neighbor Totoro, and it is detailed to perfection from the sliding doors to the traditional bath. Now, with a 200-hectare parkland expansion in the works, the space will allow devotees to further explore Totoro’s fantastical world IRL.
Ghibli Park is set to open in 2020 in Nagoya, Japan and is slated to become the largest installation done by the studio.
Hop aboard your friendly, neighborhood Catbus and make your way to Japan sometime in the 2020s: a My Neighbor Totoro–inspired “Ghibli Park” is in the works. Studio Ghibli, the animation studio behind critically acclaimed animes like...
Fans of Japan’s Studio Ghibli might want to start booking flights to Japan for summer 2020: The studio has just announced a new theme park based on Hayao Miyazaki’s beloved 1988 movie My Neighbor Totoro. Hideaki Omura, the governor ...
The amusement park - which will not feature any thrill rides - will be built on a 200-hectare (494 acre) site in the Aichi prefecture of Japan, which is three times the size of Disneyland Paris.
A park is set to open in 2020 in Japan's Aichi Prefecture that re-creates the world of Hayao Miyazaki's beloved My Neighbor Totoro. The post Studio Ghibli Will Get Its Own Theme Park in Japan appeared first on CBR.