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Studio Ghibili's The Tale of Princess Kaguya Coming to America

Much has been made of Studio Ghibli’s recent production halt on August 3rd following the retirement of director and founder Hayao Miyazaki. However, it seems that we will still be enjoying another Ghibili work soon, at least in America. 387 more words

Film

Artist creates awesome anime artwork by carefully cutting a single Post-it note 【Photos】

While origami is Japan’s best known paper craft, its less famous relative, kamikiri, has been around since the 19th century. In contrast to the intricate folding techniques of origami, kamikiri, literally “ 497 more words

Japan

tbmiwlw: THE WIND RISES and a tribute to the magical films of Hayao Miyazaki

THE WIND RISES

It often leaves me in dismayed astonishment when beautiful things are used to fabricate evil. I mean, beauty is such a positive, wonderful concept, and evil carries an immensely negative connotation. 490 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Grave of the Fireflies

For anyone who has never heard of the movie Grave of the Fireflies please do yourself a favour and go see it. I had heard so much about this movie and when I eventually got round to watching it, I was not disappointed. 210 more words

Film

From Ponyo to Italy: Four delicious ways to improve instant ramen while your water's boiling

August 25 is Instant Ramen Day in Japan, in commemoration of the day back in 1958 when Nissin unveiled Chicken Ramen, the very first instant version of the country’s favorite noodle dish. 727 more words

Japan

Madman Presents 'The Tale Of Studio Ghibli' Showcase Hitting Cinemas October/December 2014

Madman Entertainment are extremely excited to announce something magical that will have Studio Ghibli fans Australia wide jumping for joy. The Australian Anime and Manga distributor have just revealed that they are in the process of planning a special theatrical run of a Studio Ghibli-centric series of documentaries that will take audiences behind-the-scenes of their favorite Ghibli productions while also showcasing the studio’s most famous men; Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. 185 more words

Articles

"My Neighbor Totoro": the anime that will make you fall in love with anime

By Roxanne Pfaus, Film Syrup’s VP and official stylist for all major Film Syrup photo shoot collaborations.

The 1988 Japanese animated film My Neighbor Totoro… 437 more words

Review