In a rare interview, Hayao Miyazaki talks about why his latest movie The Wind Rises — which is opening with an English-language version in the U.S. this weekend — is also his last.
After 50 years and 11 films, the Japanese animation master is set to retire. But his legacy will live on with these beautiful films stuffed full of spirits, demons, and cats.
Could there be a more perfect combination in the world?
The theme song from Studio Ghibli’s masterpiece sounds equally as adorable when sung by cockatiel.
Spoiler Alert: K is for Kill Bill. Created by Meagan Hyland.
Shiro-Hige’s Cream Puff Factory, located in Tokyo, bakes cream puffs in the image of the title character of Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro. I am torn between wanting to devour these cream puffs and needing to hug them.