Soak your ft on the Spirited Away foot tub, in Tokyo for a restricted time


Immerse your self on the planet of Studio Ghibli, actually and figuratively.

Again in 2019, the “Toshio Suzuki and Ghibli Exhibition” made its debut in Tokyo, and since then it’s travelled to quite a few places, together with Nagoya, Fukuoka, and Kyoto.

Throughout its travels, new reveals have been added, together with 8,800-plus books learn by Suzuki over his 73 years of life, making it greater and higher than ever.

▼ The e book part is modelled after Suzuki’s personal hideaway, Rengaya, and is designed to encourage guests to learn extra.

Now, for the primary time in three years, the exhibition is returning to Tokyo, and along with the brand new reveals, there’ll be a model new, never-before-seen space devoted to the world of Spirited Away.

This lantern-filled area goals to assist guests slip into the world of the “Aburaya” bathhouse run by Yubaba, who makes an look right here in a giant approach.

Whereas the enormous Yubaba/Zeniba show above made its debut on the unique exhibition in 2019, and has since wowed crowds at different exhibition websites, there are a few new areas right here which can be making their debut for the primary time.

Probably the most noticeable new addition is the Aburaya Annex itself, which obtained a go to from Suzuki and No Face in the course of the pre-opening celebrations held on 30 June.

That is the place you’ll discover some new gems, together with a nook set as much as seem like one of many meals stalls from the film, full with a bowl filed with that notorious thriller meals.

Guests will even have the chance to work together with No Face by way of a few augmented actuality screens.

Whenever you stand in entrance of the display, you’ll have the ability to see your self as No Face, and save photographs of the picture by scanning a QR code along with your cellphone.

Probably the most thrilling new exhibit, nevertheless, is the foot tub, the place guests can soak their toes beside a bunch of Otori-Sama, who sit in an overflowing tub, simply as they do the film.

Picture: Studio Ghibli

The foot tub expertise is offered solely to those that buy particular “profit tickets” prematurely, with an unique tenugui washcloth included within the deal.

▼ Watch till the tip to see the washcloth!

We thought we’d seen all of it once we first visited the exhibition in 2019, however the brand new Spirited Away part is unquestionably making us need to go to once more. It’s solely open to the general public till 7 September, although, so you should definitely e book a ticket now to keep away from lacking out, and when you’d wish to dip your ft into the foot tub, these tickets value 2,600 yen (US$19.21) for adults, and may be bought from Lawson or NTV Information Zero Tickets.

Exhibition Data

Toshio Suzuki and Ghibli Exhibition / 鈴木敏夫とジブリ展
Deal with: Tokyo-to, Shinagawa-ku, Higashi-Shinagawa, 2-1-3, Tokyo Tennozu Warehouse Terrada B&C Corridor/E Corridor
東京都品川区東品川2-1-3 神田明神 文化交流館「EDOCCO」内 神田明神ホール
Hours: Pre-reserved time slots out there from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (final admission 7:30 p.m.)
Dates: 1 July – 7 September 
Admission: 1,800 yen (adults), 1,500 yen (highschool college students), 1,100 yen (youngsters)
Tickets that embrace admission plus foot tub and towel: 2,600 yen (adults), 2,300 yen (highschool college students), 1,900 yen (youngsters)
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