Event: Ghibli Expo shares the studio’s history with fans

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A Studio Ghibli 30-year retrospective, from pre-Ghibli movie Nausicaa, then produced by Topcraft, right up to this year’s French/Japanese animated collaboration The Red Turtle, opened at the Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View Observation Deck Sky Gallery on July 7th, and will run until September 11th this year. The studio’s legacy is honoured with artifacts, statues, replicas of its interior and publicity and production materials, and you can get a closer look with The Japan Times‘ video tour, and a dedicated clip of the exhibition’s centerpiece, a six-metre sculpture of Laputa‘s Castle in the Sky.

Studio Ghibli Castle in the Sky Ship Sculpture via Colossal

Cinema Today also presented a gallery of photos from the exhibition:

And here are a few more from IT Media’s report:


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