A ‘levelled-up’ version of the exhibition held in Hiroshima and Nagoya last year, this event focuses on the equally vital but lesser known creator at Studio Ghibli – Toshio Suzuki. Collaborator, producer and co-founder, Suzuki worked alongside Hayao Miyazaki creating the much loved characters and scenes of the Ghibli world. Now focusing on calligraphy and expanding into different creative fields, Suzuki’s work is explored with a focus on his words. Held at Kanda Myojin Shrine, this is certainly an unusual event and there will be limited edition items available.
Tickets are available from Lawson Loppi Machines (code 36666) and Family Mart Fami Machines and cost ¥1,200 for advance and ¥1,300for advance with benefits. On-the-door tickets cost ¥1,300 while children’s tickets are either ¥800 or ¥600 depending on age.
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