Thursday, February 16, 2006

Ghibli Museum

My visit to the
Ghibli Museum

Well it had been a longtime wish of mine, to be able to visit the museum of the studio, who's work has had a profound influence to me as an artist. and big thanks to Momo and Sid for making it happen. ^ ^

So, when we entered through front who was there to great us?
none other than TOTORO >^____^<

was sitting in the ticket booth. Waiting to take our tickets and let us in.

Then, we proceeded to enter the museum. At which time we were told we were not allowed to take photographs inside. It was so disappointing.

The design of the place was like beign in the ghibli movies.

While inside, their were exhibits on the history of animation. another dedicated to animated classic "Heidi, Girl of the Alps". Another was an art studio, possibly could've been a recreation of Miyazaki's studio. It was filled tons of sketches all over the place, and shelves filled Miyazaki's favorite books and films. There was such an appretion for the art of animation, with plenty for everyone to see. And we were also treated to a Ghibli Short, at the ghibli theater inside the museum.

Before we went to the roof though, we had to stop for a quick drink.^ ^ Once on the roof we ran into the robot from Laputa: Castle in the Sky.

And finally no visit to the Ghibli Museum is complete with out a visit to the Ghibli Cafe^ ^


Blogger Jason Dai said...

Man...awesome. I wish I can go there someday.

10:55 PM  
Blogger Andrew "Kal" Froilan said...

Oo, I'm green with envy :)

Props to Sid and Momo as well...keep on keepin' on.

10:14 PM  
Blogger Jasmin said...

Hey Fredo,

It's must of been so awsome to see all the Totoro's and dustbunnies. This had to be an awsome experience. Chu! did they let u keep the cups? :)

5:30 PM  
Blogger FredO said...

jasmin~ it was so cool!!! so much totoro stuff...
but they didnt allow pictures inside. oh how i wish i could've taken it all home with me.

by the way did u pick up the new 2 disc totoro dvd? ^ ^

12:58 PM  
Blogger Dan Segarra said...

Did you get to walk on Totoro's stomach? I bet they didn't allow that either... sheesh! No pictures, no walking on his stomach... I mean C'MON!

Love the theme music too. Ahhh, the Nostalgia. ;) I think that game was 'Bust a Groove' no?

12:49 PM  
Blogger FredO said...

oh how coOL would it be to lay down on TOTORO's tummy and take a nap ^ ^

BUsta Groove is correct or otherwise known as "fredo, fredo, fredo" hahahaha

10:36 PM  
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