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How to Get Tickets for Ghibli Museum in Mitaka

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Hi there, it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. Do you know what Studio Ghibli is? How about My Neighbor Totoro, Castle in the Sky, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Princess of Mononoke? These are all masterpieces by Studio Ghibli (to be specific mostly by Hayao Miyazaki). I suppose it wouldn’t be too much to say like it has become a Japanese Disney. This time I am going to share how to get tickets for Ghibli Museum.


About Ghibli Museum

Studio Ghibli opened Ghibli Museum in Mitaka (Tokyo) in 2001. This place displays materials from all Ghibli films, and also visitors can enter a small theater inside it and watch a short film. (Check the official website what’s showing now) . Unfortunately, camera is strictly prohibited inside the building, so I’ve got just a few photos taken outside. Hope you could see how it is like.

How to Get Tickets for Ghibli Museum

 

Access

1-1-83 Simorenjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo

 

Contact

0570-055777 (9:00 – 18:00)

 

Entrance Fee

Adult 1,000 yen
High school and Jr.high school 700 yen
Elementary 400 yen
Over 4 years old 100
Under 4 years old Free

 

Business Hours

Open 10:00 – 18:00

Closed every Tuesday and some exceptional days (check official schedule).

 

Official Website

http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/en/

 

Get Tickets for Ghibli Museum

This museum accepts only reserved tickets, so you have to purchase it in advance. On top of that, entrance schedule is all arranged as well. It’s a bit tricky.

 

When to buy?

The tickets are on sale at 10:00AM on the 15th of every month for the following month. Also note that you have to pick the exact entrance time from 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, and 16:00 when purchasing.

 

How to buy?

Major ways to purchase the tickets are the following:

– Purchase Online

– Loppi (ticket machine) at Lawson convenience stores in Japan

– JTB (Japanese travel agency) Overseas

 

Lastly

How do you find it? Hope it helps. It’s a bit hassle but the museum is totally worth a visit. It entertains even non-fans.

See you around!


Yoshi (Mr. Wada)
I enjoy both indoor and outdoor stuff. Fishing in summer, Onsen( hot springs) in winter, and driving all year around!
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