Studio Ghibli Park Exhibition to Tour Japan

To promote the upcoming Studio Ghibli Park, Studio Ghibli is set to launch a touring exhibition, giving attendees a taste of Ghibli Park before it opens on November 1st. The exhibition is set to take place at five venues nationwide, starting in Nagano Prefecture on 16 July 2022.

The touring Ghibli Park and Ghibli Exhibition will feature a selection of experiences that guests will be able to experience at Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse when Studio Ghibli Park opens later this year, including a highly detailed recreation of Yubaba’s office from the award-winning Spirited Away. Guests young and old will also be able to board the Cat Bus from the 1988 Ghibli classic, My Neighbor Totoro.

Cat Bus © Studio Ghibli

Tickets for the Nagano prefecture exhibition are scheduled to go on sale on June 15th (Wednesday), with the first 30,000 guests on weekdays from July 19th (Tuesday) receiving an original Nagano postcard.

Spirited Away Photo Opportunity

Tour Schedule:

Nagano – Nagano Prefectural Art Museum [July 7 – October 10, 2022]
Aichi – Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art [October 29 – December 25, 2022]
Kumamoto – Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art [January 20 – March 26, 2023]
Hyogo – Kobe City Museum [April 15 – June 25, 2023]
Yamaguchi – Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum [July 15 – September 24, 2023]

Nagano Exhibition Information:

SeasonJuly 7 – October 10, 2022
Opening Hours9: 00-17: 00 (Admission is until 16:30)
Closing DayEvery Wednesday
VenueNagano Prefectural Art Museum
1-4-4 Hakoshimizu, Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture 380-0801
PriceGeneral Admission – ¥1,500
Junior High and High School Students – ¥1,000
Elementary School Student – ¥700

For more information on the upcoming Studio Ghibli Park, check our main article dedicated to the park!

Information and images from the Ghibli Park Exhibition official website.

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  1. Yuki

    Planning a school tour for a small group of 8th grade students to Japan. Most part is confirmed but I was serching for extra activities after spending a night in Arima onsen. I was going to take them to museum for human which is located near by, but a friend informed me the Gibli exhibit will be in Kobe during the time we travel. I want to get more details about that. Please link me to where I can get information on that. This trip is for May this year.

  2. TDR Explorer

    The link at the bottom of the article takes you to the official exhibit website, and there’s a section for Kobe, but it’s only in Japanese and looks like tickets aren’t on sale yet.

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