What A Miyazaki Theme Park Might Look Like


An artist named Takumi has created his vision of what ‘Tokyo Ghibli Land’ might look like. I’m already desperate to visit Tokyo someday but if this was a reality I’d be booking the flights right now! I especially love the Laputa: Castle In The Sky bit with the Laputan robots at the entrance and of course the My Neighbor Totoro “catbus” monorail. You can see the above image in more detail HERE. Love it!

I’ve not abandoned my Studio Ghibli Project (I was never going to be able to do it in just one month…). I’ll try to review the remaining films I’ve seen soon (Spirited Away, Grave Of The Fireflies & From Up On Poppy Hill) then I’ll work on watching the rest throughout the year. I’ve created a page HERE with links to all my Studio Ghibli reviews so far. πŸ™‚

19 thoughts on “What A Miyazaki Theme Park Might Look Like

  1. Wow, wow, wow!!!! There’s enough Disneylands now (and Harry Potter lands…) we need Studio Ghibli land!!

    P.S can’t wait to read the reviews on Spirited Away and Grave of the Fireflies – both two of my favourite SG movies πŸ™‚

    I still need to watch Nausicca……!!!

    • We SO need Studio Ghibli land!!!!! πŸ™‚ Yeah…. There’s a reason I’ve not reviewed Grave of the Fireflies yet. It’s a great film but, man… Not sure how to go about reviewing that one! I love NausicaΓ€ so much – it’s my favorite “not kid friendly” Ghibli. πŸ™‚

      • I am such a slow coach but I will watch it soon πŸ™‚ I like the sound of ‘not kid friendly’ πŸ™‚

        We do!!! Can we start a campaign or petition or something? I’ve posted this on twitter. My whole fan base of 2 or 3 people MAY pick up on it!

        I god I know, what a sad, sad movie. I was upset right from the beginning when the little girl lost her shoes 😦

      • Lol. I’ve followed the artist on Twitter. Can’t read a word of his tweets but he posts loads of Studio Ghibli art. I SO wish I had any sort of artistic talent! Man… Grave of the Fireflies…. 😦 😦 : (

      • What! You do have artistic talent! This fabulous blog!!!!!! πŸ˜€

        Grave of the Fireflies was brilliant but heart breaking. I have only seen it once (which I never thought about before but is probably for good reason).

        I’ll follow the artist too πŸ™‚

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