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Open today: 10:00-18:00
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1 Chome-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan
2 years ago
To start off the first place I would love to go would probably be the.... Drum roll please o(^▽^)o Ghibli Museum I'm a huge fan of Hayao Miyazaki whimsical animated films. It's a museum dedicated to the works of the incredible anime Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki, the Ghibli Museum features film replicas, props, as well as a history of the studio. AAAAAA it's like indulging the kid inside me ヾ(•ω•`)o
ejy_se posted a recommendation
4 years ago
Spirited Away? Ponyo? Princess Mononoke? If you’re a fan of Studio Ghibli films, you should definitely visit their museum. You’re not allowed to take pictures inside but you’ll understand once you get there. I recommend watching the short film, it’s too adorable for me to comprehend!
5 years ago
The enchanting worlds of Studio Ghibli are just as beloved as the characters in them. That is why Totoro, the cartoon raccoon spirit, is the first to greet visitors of the Ghibli Museum! Art stills and memorabilia fill the halls, ushering guests through the animation process that brought the films to life. Tots and tykes can climb on top of the fluffy Cat Bus before catching one of the black Soot Sprites. Recharge on the lush rooftop garden beside the Robot Soldier that watches over the museum. Tickets are hard to come by, running out months in advance, but every moment inside is worth the effort. Book through a travel bureau (for tourists) or Lawson’s convenience stores (for locals).
globetrotter2261 posted a wishlist
2 months ago
10 months ago
For me, artworks are very relaxing to look at. I've been wanting to go Pinto Art Museum since I saw it online. I love the aesthetic aspect I see online and what more if I really go there. I am hoping to travel there soon.
exploreraly posted a recommendation
10 months ago
Whenever you’re in Antipolo, dropping by Pinto Art Museum is a must. Known for housing a variety of artworks, it offers a feast for your eyes with its paintings to sculptures to installations. A friendly tip, an hour is definitely not enough to cover the entire museum and I suggest trying their in house cafe, Café Rizal. ☁️🎨
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