Following its success in Aichi and Niigata prefectures, the Ghibli Expo (ジブリの大博覧会 Ghibli no dai-hakurankai) will be held in Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View & Sky Deck this summer from July 7 to September 11.
The Expo will feature the 30 years history of Studio Ghibli since its establishment in 1985 by looking back on how the Ghibli films were created, from “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind” in 1984 to the most recent work, “The Red Turtle,” which is going to be in theater from September 17. A number of posters and flyers, the project plan for each film, and other artworks will be exhibited.
The Expo in Roppongi Hills will feature two more exhibitions that were not seen in Aichi and Niigata. One will be Soratobu hikoki ten (Flying Aircraft) and another will be about the new film “The Red Turtle”.
Limited items created for this Expo will be available at the shop.
Ghibli no dai-hakurankai (The Ghibli Expo)
July 7 – September 11, 2016
Open everyday during the period.
10:00AM – 10:00PM
[IMPORTANT!] Ticket price has been revised. Please check the post “The Ghibli Expo at Roppoping Hills Cuts Ticket Price” for the details.
Ticket (at door)
The ticket includes admission to the observatory deck on the 52nd floor.
General: 2300 yen NOW 1800 yen
High school & College students: 1700 yen NOW 1200 yen
Age 4 to Jr. High school students: 1100 yen NOW 600 yen
Age 65 and above: 2000 yen NOW 1500 yen
Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View & Sky Deck
6-10-1 Roppongi, Mintaoku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (direct link to Roppongi Hills)
Toei Subway Oedo Line (four-minute walk)
Official Website (Japanese Only)
GetAround Japan is your number one travel guide, providing the latest information on visiting and living in Japan, with tips on what to eat, things to do, and places to stay.
Whether you’re planning for a trip far in the future, or already in Japan in need of some fresh ideas, our archive of posts will help you find the best way to fill your time and get the most out of your travel experience.
We provide you updates on serious policies that affect visitors and foreign residents while also keeping things light and fun with articles on quirky trends and pop culture.
How do we know how to provide visitors the information they need? Our affiliate company CDJapan Rental provides WIFI and Sim Card rentals to thousands of visitors to Japan every year. In other words, we are constantly in touch with and listening to the voices of our customers, and infuse our blog with the information they ask us for.
For inquiries, contact us here
CDJapan Rental (Neowing Corporation) 1-10-15-3F Nihonbashi Horidome Chuo, Tokyo 103-0012, Japan