spirited away

Your Name becomes second-highest grossing Japanese film ever, has Harry Potter in its sights

Makoto Shinkai’s hit continues to surpass Hayao Miyazaki anime in box office earnings.

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Stunning works of art in various mediums, all inspired by Ghibli classics 【Pics】

Totoro, Princess Mononoke, and other favorites inspire some new masterpieces.

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Spirited Away’s No-Face spotted riding a motorcycle on the street of Japan

Sure, Chihiro got to ride a dragon, but her Studio Ghibli anime co-star apparently gets around on a pretty sweet bike.

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Artist carves cute Studio Ghibli characters into Oreo cookie filling 【Video】

Who can resist scrumptious Oreo cookies, especially when they’re inscribed with our favorite Ghibli anime characters? Read More

Kindergarten student scares classmates by dressing up as No Face from Spirited Away for Halloween

The little girl’s love for the mysterious anime spirit is so adorable fans have turned her into a hilarious Internet meme.

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Students recreate scene from Spirited Away at Japanese school festival

People all over Japan are falling in love with the drama and humour in this charming re-enactment.

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Spirited Away’s No Face tries racing across intersection in Japan, but doesn’t quite make it…

The “real-life” version of the Ghibli character has people splitting their sides online.

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We visited Egawa Beach, the closest you can get to walking in the world of Spirited Away【Pics】

This stunning view will transport you to another world.

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Did this animated Korean movie rip off Ghibli’s ‘Spirited Away’?

Director of the new animated film Moonlight Palace responds to allegations that his movie bears suspicious similarities to Ghibli’s masterpiece, Spirited Away.

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Your spirits will soar when you hear this version of “Always with Me” from Spirited Away【Video】

A wonderful video from days past takes us on a magical musical journey that will spirit you away.

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Your vote will decide which Ghibli film will be shown on the big screen in Japan!

You can now vote for your favourite Studio Ghibli film to watch on the big screen in Japan.

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All aboard the Catbus at Ghibli Museum’s 15th Anniversary Celebration!

Okay, there isn’t actually a working Catbus there, but you can see the next best thing!

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Studio Ghibli letter sheds new light on Spirited Away mysteries

Many of us thought some mysteries in Spirited Away would never be solved. But now a letter from Studio Ghibli has surfaced giving us some incredibly detailed explanations!

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Studio Ghibli’s No-Face appears again on the streets of Japan to rock out on his shamisen 【Video】

Famous anime spirit seems to have gotten even better in the year since his skills were last recorded on video.

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5 best Studio Ghibli papercraft kits that you can assemble yourself

From My Neighbor Totoro to Porco Rosso, these cute kits let you recreate miniature worlds from your favorite Miyazaki films.

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Papercraft kit allows you to recreate mysterious village from Spirited Away in incredible detail

The village joins a line of beautifully detailed paper art kits that allow you to put together scenes and settings from your favorite Ghibli films!

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Gorgeous 2-D platform game inspired by Studio Ghibli edges closer to completion on Kickstarter

It’s the closest thing yet to stepping inside the animated world of Princess Mononoke or Spirited Away.

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If “My Neighbor Totoro” had been a horror movie…【Video】

Fan-made trailer for My Neighbor Totoro turns the magical family adventure into a frightfest.

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Artist’s two-in-one renditions of Disney and Ghibli characters are half-bold and half-beautiful

Armed with colored pencils, this artist demonstrates that every story has two sides

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“Supercute cooking” expert Yuki teaches us how to make Spirited Away’s “No-Face” yakisoba

So hungry you could devour an entire onsen resort’s worth of food? Time to make some noodles—with a twist!

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