Tokyo’s Official Studio Ghibli Store GBL Reveals New Socks, Carabiners, and Cap

25.July.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

Studio Ghibli brand GBL has revealed even more new items which will be released in line with the opening of the company’s new physical store at MIYASHITA PARK in Shibuya, Tokyo on July 28, 2020.

Socks (6 Designs): ¥1,500 Each (Before Tax)


Character Carabiners (5 Designs): ¥1,300 (Before Tax)

Arriving in the new line-up are 6 colourful sock designs which fans are sure to be spoilt for choice with on which to wear. There’s also carabiners which are useful in all kinds of situations, whether for outdoor activities, for commuting, and more.

Baseball Cap: ¥3,800 (Before Tax)

There’s also a baseball cap which has a “P” on it, a reference to Porco Rosso. Its simple design makes it versatile for all situations.

 

GBL is an online clothing company whose stock features designs from Studio Ghibli’s animated feature films. It will open its first store at MIYASHITA PARK in Shibuya, Tokyo on July 28, 2020 inside RAYARD MIYASHITA PARK.

 

MIYASHITA PARK is a shopping complex filled with shops stocking high quality products. GBL MIYASHITA PARK will sell a range of fun, exclusive Studio Ghibli merchandise with designs taken from popular films from the studio.

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    Aichi Prefecture and Chunichi Shimbun have revealed that they are to hold a Studio Ghibli exhibition at Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art from July 22, 2020 – September 3, 2020.

    Yubaba wearing a Mask ©TS ©Studio Ghibli

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    Never before seen Ghibli material a must-see for fans

    Ghibli Park’s “Seishun no Oka” (Hill of Youth) Area ©Studio Ghibli

    The exhibition will look back at Studio Ghibli’s past as well as into the studio’s future. Fans will be able to look at construction materials and sketches of Ghibli Park, a new Studi Ghibli themed facility set to open at Aichi Expo Memorial Park in autumn 2022, as well as dolls of the characters from the upcoming animated film Earwig and the Witch which is being written by Hayao Miyazaki and directed by his son Goro. The film was originally scheduled to premiere at the 2020 Cannes Film Festival before the event was cancelled due to COVID-19 and will now be aired by NHK this winter.

     

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    Fans of Spirited Away will also be able to get their own omikuji fortunes from the giant Zeniba and Yubaba faces.

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    15.July.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    GBL, an online clothing company whose stock features designs from Studio Ghibli’s animated feature films, is set to open its first store at MIYASHITA PARK in Shibuya, Tokyo on July 28, 2020 inside RAYARD MIYASHITA PARK.

     

    MIYASHITA PARK is a shopping complex filled with shops stocking high quality products. GBL MIYASHITA PARK will sell a range of fun, exclusive Studio Ghibli merchandise with designs taken from popular films from the studio. The latest merch reveal is a series of four skateboards.

    Robot Skateboard Deck: ¥12,000 (Before Tax)

    Bathhouse & No-Face Skateboard Deck: ¥12,000 (Before Tax)

    The designs include the Robot from Laputa: Castle in the Sky with a flame pattern, the bathhouse and No-Face from Spirited Away, the Cat Bus from My Neighbor Totoro, and the Studio Ghibli film opening. The boards are made from Canadian maple wood and are lightweight and durable.

    Cat Bus Skateboard Deck: ¥12,000 (Before Tax)

    Opening Skateboard Deck: ¥12,000 (Before Tax)

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    10.July.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    GBL, an online clothing company whose stock features designs from Studio Ghibli’s animated feature films, is set to open its first store at MIYASHITA PARK in Shibuya, Tokyo on July 28, 2020 inside RAYARD MIYASHITA PARK.

     

    MIYASHITA PARK is a shopping complex filled with shops stocking high quality products. GBL MIYASHITA PARK will sell a range of fun, exclusive Studio Ghibli t-shirts with designs taken from popular films from the studio.

     

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    Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind T-Shirt (Pure White): ¥4,880 (Before Tax)


    Princess Mononoke T-Shirt (Grey): ¥4,880 (Before Tax)


    Kiki’s Delivery Service T-Shirt (Red): ¥4,880 (Before Tax)

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    Porco Rosso T-Shirt (Black): ¥4,880 (Before Tax)


    Whisper of the Heart T-Shirt (Navy Blue): ¥4,880 (Before Tax)

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    GBL, an online clothing company whose stock features designs from Studio Ghibli’s animated feature films, opened limited pre-orders of their new Spring/Summer collection of 22 T-shirts on June 12, 2020 via Donguri Kyowakoku’s online shop Sora no Ue.

     

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    Laputa: Castle in the Sky “The Adventure Begins” T-Shirt


    My Neighbor Totoro “Soot Sprites” T-Shirt

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    My Neighbor Totoro “Cat Bus” T-Shirt

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    Kiki’s Delivery Service “You Can Do It” T-Shirt

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    Pouch Bags (2 Designs): ¥1,800 Each (Before Tax)

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    09.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Donguri Kyowakoku Sora no Ue, the official online shop for Studio Ghibli merchandise in Japan, has released its new Donguri Closet line for grown-up fans of the animation studio which will run for a limited time only.

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    This textile series features both big Totoro and small Totoro running around playing while surrounded by mint leaves.

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    Clear Pouch – ¥1,800 (Before Tax)

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    Left: Kiki’s Departure Mini Towel – ¥600 (Before Tax) / Right: Baron & Louise Mini Towel – ¥600 (Before Tax)

    The mini towels feel soft on the skin and are embroidered with delicate flowers. Their small size means you can carry them around with you everywhere in your bag.

    Whisper of the Heart Embroidered Brooch Collection (Box of 10) – ¥7,000 (Before Tax)

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    05.March.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    A photo exhibition will be held at the HMV Museum in Shibuya from March 6, 2020 for a limited time in promotion of the release of Studio Ghibli Museum’s first official photo book, Ghibli Bijutsukan Monogatari (“The Story of the Ghibli Museum”).

    “Ghibli Bijutsukan Monogatari” Photo Book – ¥3,800 (Exhibition Pre-Sale: March 6, 2020 / General Release: March 20, 2020)

    Photography is strictly forbidden at the Studio Ghibli Museum, but this exhibition gives a rare look inside without having to go inside. There will be panels of photos of both inside and outside the museum, a display of miniature figures of characters like the Robot from Laputa: Castle in the Sky, writings from Studio Ghibli film producer Toshio Suzuki, and more. The museum’s popular photo spots will also make an appearance at the exhibition for taking a photo next to.

    Exclusive Desk Calendar (*Limited to 500 people per day, first-come first-served)

    Desk calendars will also be available, featuring the photos used at the exhibition.

     

    Exclusive Exhibition Merchandise

    Tote Bag – ¥2,000 / T-Shirt – ¥2,800 / Hanging Scroll – ¥30,000 / Photos (3 Designs) – ¥8,000 Each

    Visitors will be able to get their hands on the photo book early at the exhibition, and those who buy it at HMV&BOOKS SHIBUYA will be invited to a signing and talk session on March 7, 2020 on a first-come, first-served basis. The signing will be attended by Kanyada and Toshio Suzuki, who will also be present at the talk event in addition to film director Ryutaro Nakagawa.

     

    Exclusive merchandise will be sold at the exhibition. The exhibition itself encourages people to feel like a lost child, and its layout will reflect that without any set paths or routes.

     

    Dive into the wonderful world of Studio Ghibli at the Ghibli Bijutsukan Monogatari Photo Exhibition.

     

    *Please note that the number of people allowed to enter the exhibition will be restricted due to the ongoing situation surrounding the new coronavirus. This will widen the space between visitors and allow them to enjoy the exhibition in an uncrowded space. More details can be found on the official HMV Museum website.

  • Japan Coronavirus: Studio Ghibli Museum, Sanrio Puroland & Other Facilities Close Temporarily

    27.February.2020 | SPOT

    A number of facilities in Japan have announced temporary closures to help stop any possible spreading of the coronavirus. Please check the following closures if you’re planning a trip to Japan in February or March. New information is rolling out all the time, so for the latest updates, please check the official websites for each establishment listed below.

     

    Last Updated: February 28, 2020 at 00:51 (JST)

    Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® 

    Closed: February 29 – March 15, 2020

    The parks plan to reopen on March 16, 2020, however this will be decided following consultation with concerned administrative agencies and will be announced on their official website. If you have purchased tickets valid during the parks’ closing dates, please refer to the links below.

     

    Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website: https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/index.html

    Tokyo Disney Resort Online Tickets and Reservations: https://reserve.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/top/?language=en

     

     

    Snoopy Museum

    Closed: February 29 – March 13, 2020

    Information on ticket refunds is provided on the museum’s official website.

     

    Snoopy Museum Official Website:https://snoopymuseum.tokyo/s/smt/page/english?ima=0000

     

     

    Sony Music Roppongi Museum

    Closed: February 29 – March 13, 2020

    Information on ticket refunds will soon be provided on the museum’s official website. The TYPE-MOON Fate / stay night-15 years of history Exhibition will be extended until April 19, 2020.

     

    TYPE-MOON Fate / stay night-15 years of history Exhibition Official Website: https://type-moon-museum.com/

    Sony Music Roppongi Museum Official Website: https://smrm.jp/

     

     


     

    Sanrio Puroland

    Closed: February 22, 2020 – March 12, 2020

    The park is scheduled to reopen on March 13, 2020, but this is subject to change depending on the circumstances of the coronavirus and news published by the government.

     

    ▶Refunds

    ・Pre-booked Tickets

    Tickets valid between the dates February 22, 2020 – March 12, 2020 will have their validity period extended to September 30, 2020.

     

    ・Original Passports

    Passport tickets valid between the dates February 22, 2020 – September 29, 2020 will have their validity period extended to September 30, 2020.

     

    ・Pre-booked PUROPASS

    Payments for PUROPASSES bought between the dates February 22, 2020 – March 10, 2020 will be cancelled.

     

    ・Anniversary Time

    Payments for Anniversary Time tickets for the dates February 22, 2020 – March 10, 2020 will be cancelled. Those who paid with cash will be refunded via registered mail.

     

    Official Website (English): https://en.puroland.jp/

    Official Website (Japanese): https://www.puroland.jp/

     

     

    Ghibli Museum

    Closed: February 25, 2020 – March 17, 2020

     

    ▶Refunds

    Refunds are applicable for tickets dated between January 22, 2020 – March 30, 2020.

    Refunds will be paid in full between February 15, 2020 – March 31, 2020.

     

    Official Website (English): http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/en/

    Official Website (Japanese): http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/

     

    Toei Animation Museum

    Closed: February 26, 2020 – March 18, 2020

    The museum’s reopening is subject to consideration depending on the circumstances of the coronavirus. It will be announced via the museum’s official Twitter page and website.

     

    Official Website: https://museum.toei-anim.co.jp/

     

     

    Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum

    Closed: February 22, 2020 until further notice

     

    Official Website (English): https://www.asahibeer-oyamazaki.com/english/

    Official Website (Japanese): https://www.asahibeer-oyamazaki.com/

     

     

    Kyoto National Museum

    Closed: February 22, 2020 until further notice

    All events, the museum shop Benrido, and the museum cafe Maeda Coffee, have also closed temporarily.

     

    Official Website (English): https://www.kyohaku.go.jp/eng/index.html

    Official Website (Japanese): https://www.kyohaku.go.jp/jp/index.html

     

     

    ARASHI EXHIBITION “JOURNEY”

    Closed: February 22, 2020 – March 9, 2020

    Location: Osaka Culturarium at Tempozan

     

    Official Website: https://arashiexhibition.jp/

     

    Sanrio Harmony Land

    Closed: February 22, 2020 – March 12, 2020

     

    Official Website (English): https://www.harmonyland.jp/english/harmony/harmony.html

    Official Website (Japanese): https://www.harmonyland.jp/welcome.html

     

    Universal Studios Japan

    Closed: February 29, 2020 – March 15, 2020
    The park’s reopening will be determined after serious consideration of the current condition of the coronavirus situation. The announcement of the park’s reopening will be made on the USJ’s official website and social media. Information on handling of tickets during the break period will be posted on the official website on February 28, 2020 at 21:00 (JST).

     

    Official Website (English): https://www.usj.co.jp/e/

    Official Website (Japanese): https://www.usj.co.jp/

     

    Hirakata Park

    Closed: February 29, 2020 – March 18, 2020
    All planned events during the park’s closure have been cancelled and/or postponed until further notice. The park plans to reopen on March 19, 2020 subject to the current condition of the coronavirus situation. Updates will be posted on the official website. Refunds for winter season tickets will be announced at a later date.

     

    Official Website (English): http://www.hirakatapark.co.jp/en/

    Official Website (Japanese): http://www.hirakatapark.co.jp/

     

    Numerous other sports and cultural events will also close for two weeks commencing February 26, 2020. If you’re travelling to Japan in February and March, please check the websites of any places you plan to visit during your trip to see if they are open.

  • Studio Ghibli’s Masterpiece Laputa: Castle in the Sky to be Screened in Tokyo

    01.December.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MOVIE

    Chofu Cinema Festival 2020 is set to take place next year from February 14 to March 8 in Chofu, Tokyo, and it’s been announced that Studio Ghibli’s monumental work Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986), directed by Hayao Miyazaki, will feature as a special screening.

    At this year’s festival, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), another of Studio Ghibli’s classic and internationally-lauded films was screened at AEON Cinema THEATUS Chofu across a nine-day period from March 2 to 10. When the credits rolled, there was a huge round of applause from the audience, and subsequent public demand arose for more of the studio’s filmography to be shown at the festival.

    Laputa: Castle in the Sky will also be screened for nine days at AEON Cinema THEATUS Chofu. It will be shown at Screen 10 which seats 526, has a 20 metre screen with superior picture quality, and the 4-way ULTIRA sound system. If you’re in Tokyo while it’s screening, don’t miss this chance to see one of Studio Ghibli’s most celebrated works on the big screen.

     

    ©1986 Studio Ghibli

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