Posted by marc July 07, 2016

I'm always wanting to go to Japan, but it's times like these that I really want to hop on a plane and touch down in the future 13 hours later. Studio Ghibli are hosting a 30 year retrospective of their work, showcasing vintage one-sheets, subway ads, production drawings, and more. They've also got some high quality souvenirs in the gift shop and offer some cuisine inspired by their movies. This exhibition actually isn't taking place at the Ghibli Museum, but in the Roppongi Hills building in Tokyo, providing a great view of the city. It's open from today until September 11, 2016. All the details and more photos are available on the official site here.

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