¿Ha visto alguna película del estudio Ghibli y recuerda alguna de las escenas únicas de su historia? Esta excursión le llevará a visitar el popular Museo Ghibli. El Museo Ghibli es el hogar de las obras del conocido estudio japonés de animación Ghibli, famoso por sus largometrajes de anime, como el ganador de un Oscar "El viaje de Chihiro" y el museo le ofrece una divertida y fascinante actividad tanto para niños como adultos. También visitará el museo de arquitectura al aire libre Edo-Tokyo, donde podrá disfrutar del ambiente histórico de las casas y las calles que le recordarán a algunas de las películas del estudio Ghibli. (Lunes: la excursión visitará el templo Jindaiji o el templo Takahata Fudoson en su lugar). Podrá disfrutar de un almuerzo en el Hotel Tokio Gajoen donde el estilo arquitectónico ha servido como una inspiración para una de las películas del estudio Ghibli. Aprenda sobre las exposiciones durante el trayecto en autobús con un guía experto, y después disfrute de tiempo libre para explorar por su cuenta.
Una visita muy recomendable e imprescindible para todos los fans de Ghibli, tenía mis reticencias por no ser el canal oficial de reserva de entradas, pero es 100 seguro y un buen recurso si están agotadas las entradas en el sitio oficial, ellos actual como intermediarios, es un poco más caro, pero incluye el viaje de ida y una charla informativa con datos muy interesantes. Para mi fue estupendo, porque sino no habría podido hacer la visita al museo y no se va a Tokio todos los días :P
The tour started at the tour office in the fantastic keio plaza hotel, where they had special art exhibits to enjoy while waiting for the rest of the group to arrive.We met our tour guide, Yuki, and were led off to the tour bus which was very comfortable with good wifi. Yuki was amazing, so knowledgeable and friendly, sharing details about Japanese life. She handed out packets describing our itinerary.First, we would stop for an early lunch. I was expecting a box lunch but no, we went to a really wonderful hotel for a buffet lunch. This lunch was unbelievably good! I went on the national holiday known as the coming of age day, so got to see many young women dressed in their kimono. Next we went to the open air architectural museum, where you can stroll among several historical buildings showing Japanese life over time. I really loved this and would like to go back and spend more time. It was great getting to just relax on a tour bus and not have to worry about navigating from place to place myself.After the open air museum we were on to studio Ghibli. There are no words that can adequately explain how I felt about this .Even if you are not a fan, go! You'll see a short animation and wander through the multi story building. You'll see the inspiration for the animations and replicas of the working office . And don't miss the cat bus! Thank you Yuki for such wonderful tour and experience which far exceeded my expectations.
A great day but a few things of note.Tour guide english was very poor.No movie or interesting facts were provided on bus ride like indicated.Museum is very small, easily done in under two hours, including the 15 minute movie which is the must see of entire experience.The hotel for lunch was nice, but the main viewing area was closed for private event when we went.Can't speak on open air museum, since we skipped that part and went home on our ownBottom line is this,If you like ghibli and couldn't get tickets on your own to the museum, this is a decent option to get you there and in. That said, its not essential for non fans, and probably best done without tour
Ghibli is, of course, the highlight of this trip and I think you're given just enough time at the museum. It is only small and we had plenty of time to explore, go to the gift shop, take photos outside, watch the film and have a drink at the cafe. The hotel you visit is nice, but the special rooms weren't open, so it was a bit of a weird excursion to eat an American bar and grill in Japan, all in all the food was nice. The Tokyo Edo Open Air museum was good and I would have gladly sacrificed the hotel for more time exploring there. It really looks like a film set. I'm sure the hotel is worth it when the rooms are open, and it is very fancy. Wish I could afford to stay there. The bathroom was bigger than my house.
Miki our guide on the tour was very knowledgeable about everything Ghibli and gave us some very insightful tips on how to tackle the entire museum and we were able to see most of it within 2 hours without feeling like we were rushing. the hotel that inspired Spirited away was an amazing plus that i don't think we would have seen other wise.