If you’re a fan of Studio Ghibli’s films, don’t miss this opportunity to visit the Ghibli Museum during your stay in Tokyo. Book your hard-to-get tickets here, and explore the fascinating exhibits related to films such as Castle in the Sky and others.
What to Expect
Tokyo’s popular Ghibli Museum opened in 2001, and is home to exhibits related to Studio Ghibli films, such as Castle in the Sky, My Neighbor Totoro, and Kiki's Delivery Service. Hayao Miyazaki, the museum’s owner, has produced exhibitions based on his tastes.
• Seasonal exhibition room, focusing on specific works of art and artists
• Permanent exhibition room, featuring storyboards from Studio Ghibli
• Cat-bus room, where children are allowed to play
• Robot from Castle in the Sky (the most popular exhibit in the museum)
• Stone monument from Castle in the Sky (words of the character Laputa are engraved)
• Library reading room, where all books are also available for purchase
• Video exhibition room, where seasonal anime works have been screened
• Ghibli characters drawn on the entire ceiling of the entrance hall
• Fake entrance counter from Totoro
• Mugiwara Bousi café
• Souvenir shop
• Only weekday tickets are available
• Tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis. If tickets cannot be arranged, you will be refunded 100 per cent of the price
• Tickets go on sale every 10th of the month for the following month. For example, November tickets will go on sale on 10 October
- Admission ticket
- Shipping fee
- Handling fee
What's Not Included
- Transportation to/from the museum
Know Before You Go
Your admission ticket will be sent to your accommodation in Japan. You can also choose to pick it up at the post office in Haneda, Narita or Kansai Airport. If you require this then please inform to the local supplier in advance.