The Ghibli museum, located in Mitaka, a western Tokyo city, is an animation museum of which the director is Hayao Miyazaki. In addition to special exhibits showcasing work from other studios, the museum has a permanent exhibit room showing the process of works of the Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli. The several short films can be seen at the video exhibition room. Visitors need to buy a reserved ticket which specifies the appointed date of the reservation. Tickets can be purchased at Lawson, a convenience store in Japan, and at designated travel agencies overseas.
|Inside||Stair lift for wheelchair installed from the first floor to the basement|
|Parking||When you need parking space for people with disabilities, please call 0570-055777(from 9a.m. to 6p.m. except the closed day)|
|Brochure available: English, Chinese, Korean|
|Elevator between platform and ticket gate||South Exit of Mitaka Station: Elevator available |
North Exit of Mitaka Station: Elevator available
|Elevator between ticket gate and outside||Mitaka: Elevator available|
|From Mitaka, South Exit, get on the community bus to the Museum|