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Ghibli Museum, Mitaka三鷹の森ジブリ美術館

Art Museum

This is an animation art museum managed by Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki with a motto of “Let's get lost together.” In addition to displaying materials and storyboards of past Ghibli works, the museum always features various sections that will expand one's perception of animation such as the replicated animation studio and the screenings of short animated films made just for the museum. With a nostalgic building and a route that blends in greenery, this is a place that both adults and children can enjoy just as they please. Entry to the museum is only by reservation and the closest station is Mitaka Station.

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Tokyo Mitakashi Shimorenjaku 1-1-83 Metropolitan Inokashira Park In Saiten

phone 0570055777
place

10:00-18:00 (Admission Hours10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00)
[Cafee Straw Hat] 11:00-19:00 (entrance until 18:00)
※ Sunday Hourly specified reservation system

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Address

Tokyo Mitakashi Shimorenjaku 1-1-83 Metropolitan Inokashira Park In Saiten [map]

Phone

0570055777

Hours
10:00-18:00 (Admission Hours10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00)
[Cafee Straw Hat] 11:00-19:00 (entrance until 18:00)
※ Sunday Hourly specified reservation system
Closed
Tuesday, New Year's Holiday, Exhibition change closed, maintenance closed, winter closed
Fees
[Admission fee] Adults-College Student 1000 Yen, High School Students 700 Yen, Elementary School Students 400 Yen, Child (4 years old and over) 100 yen, 4 years old Free
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DinersClub)
Smoking
Not available

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