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A new ad for Studio Ghibli’s theme park is released by Hayao Miyazaki

Several years ago, Studio Ghibli announced plans to bring its colorful library of films to a theme park, and fans will soon have their chance to visit. After years of construction, is set to open this fall. The studio’s has helped draw attention to the park, and they did so with an adorable advertisement.

A promotional video for Studio Ghibli’s theme park is available on its official website. The advertisement confirms that tickets will be available starting August 10th. In case you haven’t been convinced about visiting yet, this animated promo by Miyazaki is sure to convince you.

In this advertisement, Miyazaki is not the only Studio Ghibli member who contributed to the visuals. The music was overseen by , while the narration was delivered by . Watching the commercial, it becomes apparent that it is riffing off My Neighbor Totoro since it introduces its own Cat Train.

Fans will soon be able to join tons of characters from Studio Ghibli’s films on the upgraded Cat Bus at Ghibli Park. The first section of the park will open to the public in November. Visitors to the Giant Ghibli Warehouse, Hill of Youth, and will be able to explore the first time they arrive.

Several other areas of the theme park will begin opening in 2023 until the destination is completely open in March 2024. Is this Ghibli Park special little promo something you would like to see? Are you planning to visit the theme park one day? I’d love to hear what you think in the comments section below or on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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