Beauty of Ghibli Studio

Ghibli Studio Inc. is a Japanese Animation Film Studio headquartered in Tokyo.

Totoro is the mascot of Ghibli Studio, which was founded by Hayao Miyazaki.

The studio’s prominence in the animation industry has prompted its beautiful and unique animation style to be presented in locations for all fans of the studio to admire its works.

Here are some of the best works of Ghibli Studio which are must–watch for for all ages :

My Neighbour Totoro :

My Neighbour Totoro is the film that gave Ghibli its signature mascot, Totoro, one of the most recognized characters in the animation.

The movie follows two sisters who move with their Father to an old house as their mother is sick in Hospital. Eleven-year-old Satsuki, and four-year-old Mei are very much ordinary kids. Their magical  adventures with fantastic creatures and spirits has Long-kept ‘Totoro’, a must-see for all ages.

Kiki’s Delivery Service : kiki, a 13 year old witch, sets off to make her own life as tradition dictates, leaving her family behind. Her magical abilities are limited to flying on her mother’s broom and being able to communicate with her black cat, Jiji.

But, Kiki soon learns to adjust to life as the only witch in big city is more than just the excitement of new encounters and experiences. Loneliness, uncertainty, and feeling vulnerable are all part of getting older figuring out our identity.

Spirited Away : Spirited Away, is often considered as the greatest animation film, and it has an Oscar to prove it!

Ten years old, Chihiro is on the her way to her new house with her parents, but a couple of bad decisions caused her parents to be turned into pigs and all three of them get trapped in the spirit realm.

The film is steeped into Japanese folklore and introduces various memorable spirits as Chihiro learns to navigate rules of spirit world.

Howl’s Moving Castle : Based on the novel by diana Wynne Jones, Howl’s Moving Castle Follows Sophie, a teenager who is transformed into an old women by a witch one day after meeting the wizard Howl.

Like the many of Miyazaki’s films, “Howl’s Moving Castle” is a critique of war and aspects of modernity in a whimsical, fantastic package.

Ponyo :

‘Ponyo’ is about a magical gold fish who’s the daughter of wizard and Sea goddess.

After meeting and befriending a human boy named Sosuke – who names her Ponyo –the gold fish longs to become human. But, of course, things are not all that simple.


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