Hayao Miyazaki

Ghibli film secret revealed as Japan Self-Defense Forces soldier deciphers secret code in Laputa

According to this former soldier, the message that director Hayao Miyazaki hid in morse code has never been revealed until now.

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Hayao Miyazaki’s latest comeback is so that he can leave an anime behind for his grandson

76-year-old anime legend wants the film to be his legacy after he moves on to the next world.

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Totoro has a sequel? Thousands of Japanese Twitter users shocked to learn of Ghibli follow-up

Twitter user shares screenshots of Hayao Miyazaki anime that surprising number of fans haven’t heard of, and which can be seen next month.

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Another otaku bird? Hayao Miyazaki-loving cockatiel in Japan sings Studio Ghibli cover【Vid】

But while her owner picks the movie, the bird selects the soundtrack.

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Hayao Miyazaki based one of Studio Ghibli’s most memorable anime characters on his own mom

Character dynamics in the anime classic were inspired by the relationship between Miyazaki’s mom and her four sons.

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Studio Ghibli in Real Life video beautifully combines the worlds of reality and Hayao Miyazaki

The characters of Ghibli’s anime films live in our hearts, and in this amazing video, they live in our towns too.

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We devour a three-kilogram spaghetti and meatballs obento lunchbox

The boxed feast lets you recreate a famous scene from a Hayao Miyazaki anime movie.

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Guillermo del Toro as Totoro: The amazing fan art concept that was right under our noses

Guillermo del Totoro is the touching result of a child actress’ pronunciation hurdles.

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Chinese bootleg invites us to learn about the wonderful world of anime legend…Guzuo Miyazaki?!?

That’s the familiar Studio Ghibli anime legend on the cover, but with a very unfamiliar name.

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Chance to see Japan bucket-list must-see scenery “Road to Laputa” gone for good?

Kumamoto Prefecture‘s stunning “Road To Laputa“, which looks like Studio Ghibli’s Castle in the Sky come to life, may close permanently.

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Spirited Away No Face soy sauce bottle and rice scoop will bring taste of Ghibli to your kitchen

Iconic character from Hayao Miyazaki anime is ready to terrify and/or charm you at mealtime.

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Cosplayers pull off touching recreation of sisters Mei and Satsuki from My Neighbor Totoro【Pics】

Pair perfectly recreates look of the human stars of the beloved Studio Ghibli anime.

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Miyazaki’s new Boro the Caterpillar short not scheduled before October

The official website of the Ghibli Museum has revealed the list of shorts that will play at the museum’s theater through October.

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Documentary on Hayao Miyazaki “The One Who Doesn’t End” goes on sale

The NHK special documentary follows Miyazaki as he comes out of retirement to work on his next projects.

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Hayao Miyazaki turns down offer to watch new anime film from former Studio Ghibli director

Anime icon says “I won’t watch it,” but at least offers words of encouragement to director of Mary and the Witch’s Flower.

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Kiki’s back! Famous Studio Ghibli anime witch returns in jaw-dropping short animation【Video】

But it’s not Hayao Miyazaki’s studio providing the magic for this look at Kiki’s life four years after her movie ends.

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There are so, so many ways the Ghibli theme park could be terrible

Ghibli fans have used their fertile imaginations to come up with multiple nightmare scenarios for the theme park based on the anime studio’s movies.

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Studio Ghibli criticised for paying low salary to animators

The latest job ad calling for animators to help create Miyazaki’s next anime feature film has drawn attention for all the wrong reasons.

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Anime critic thinks Miyazaki may be unable to fill Ghibli talent void quickly enough for new film

Says Hayao Miyazaki’s fabled anime studio has dismissed roughly 200 animators during its cool-down period.

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Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki cancels retirement, hires artists for last feature film

Applications are open to everyone, regardless of nationality.

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