Published on : Saturday, May 14, 2016
Studio Ghibli fans who have been travelling to Japan recently may have been disappointed to note that Tokyo’s famous Studio Ghibli Museum has been closed to the public throughout May, a closure which will continue through to mid July 2016.
Good news has arrived, however, as a new exhibition of Studio Ghibli works will be coming to Tokyo between 7 July and 11 September, meaning fans visiting during the summer can get a double dose of Ghibli.
Previously hosted at the Niigata Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, the Studio Ghibli exhibition will be set up in Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills, at the Tokyo City View Observation Desk Sky Gallery. As well as flyers, proposals and animation material from everyone’s favourite Ghibli titles spanning the past 30 years, the exhibition will also include paraphernalia from Studio Ghibli’s newest movie, The Red Turtle (a co-production with French animation studio Wild Bunch).