Japan's New Ghibli Theme Park –Here's What You Need To Know
Ghibli Park, a new theme park based on the iconic works of Studio Ghibli, has recently opened its doors in central Japan. Fans of the beloved animation studio can now immerse themselves in the magical worlds of their favorite films, including "Spirited Away," "My Neighbor Totoro," and "Howl's Moving Castle." Ghibli Park has quickly become a popular destination for Studio Ghibli fans, both in Japan and around the world. The park's dedication to recreating the magical world of Studio Ghibli has been well received, and it's clear that the park will be a must-visit destination for years to come.
The park covers an area of 18 acres and features a number of attractions and experiences designed to bring the films to life. From replicas of the famous Catbus from "My Neighbor Totoro" to a life-size recreation of the train from "Spirited Away," visitors can expect to encounter some of their favorite characters and locations in a way they never have before.
Another major attraction at the park is the Mononoke Village, which is based on the film "Princess Mononoke." The village is a fully immersive experience, with detailed recreations of the film's sets. This area is scheduled to open in fall 2023.
In addition to the attractions, the park also features a number of restaurants and food stands, offering a variety of dishes inspired by Studio Ghibli films.
The Ghibli Park is a must-visit destination for fans of Studio Ghibli. Whether you're a longtime fan or just discovering the films for the first time, you're sure to be enchanted by the magical worlds brought to life at the park. So, pack your bags and make your way to Aichi Prefecture in Japan to experience the magic for yourself!
Tickets for March and April are currently on sale. The Ghibli Park will begin accepting reservations for May on a first come, first serve basis at 14:00 on February 10.
To reserve tickets for the new Ghibli Park in Japan, contact us with your preferred visit date and time. The park is open on weekdays from 10:00 to 17:00 (final entry at 16:00) and 9:00 to 17:00 on weekends and holidays. Reservations can be made in 30-minute increments.
Once a ticket purchase is made, the reservation date and time may not be changed.
Children under 3 may enter the park for free.
The park is closed on Tuesday. If a holiday falls on Tuesday, the following business day will be closed. first visit the official website: You can access the official Ghibli Park website by searching for "Ghibli Park" online. This will give you the most up-to-date information on ticket availability and pricing. It's important to book in advance, as tickets may sell out quickly.
Payments can be made by credit card or PayPal.