Mar/15 - Jun/23, 2019 Ghibli Expo -from Nausicaä to Marnie -3.4
from 4/13 '19 to 6/23 '19
"The Ghibli Exposition" is the special exhibition traces the progress of Studio Ghibli over the past 30 years in Fukuoka.
They display their works from "Nausica of the Valley of the Wind" to "When Marnie Was There". Promotional materials including posters and flyers, unpublished materials such as raw materials and proposals, and so on are displayed. That is going to be another story of Ghibli that will vividly portray what the time of releasing of each film was like back then.
Also, "the World of the Ohm" is recreated vividly and realistically for the first time in Fukuoka, one of the most popular displays in the Expo.
The original goods of "The Ghibli Expo" are sold only in Fukuoka.
Dates: March 15(Fri) - June 23 (Sun), 2019
*Closed on Monday (exceptions: opened on Apr/29 and May/6, closed on 5/7 )
Hours: 9:30 - 17:30 (last admission is 17:00)
Venue: Fukuoka City Museum (3-1-1, Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka)
Access: 15-min walk from Nishijin Station, or 20 mins by bus from Hakata Sta.or Tenjiin Sta.
Adult/ College student: 1,400 yen (1,200 yen)
Junior & high school student: 1,000 yen (800 yen)
4-year-old to Elementary student: 600 yen(400 yen)
*Prices in ( ) are for advance tickets or a group of 20 people or more.
*Please check the official website for the latest information.
Purpose,if you are free,let's go,art,sightseeing,let's hang out!,second time in Japan
Airport/Sta.Hakata Sta. (about 6.3km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.0a month ago
Nice Museum with different exhibitions. Until June 2019 they are exhibiting a Ghibli exhibition which has a lot of interesting items to show. From the beginning until recent endeavors.
3.02 weeks ago
The museum is great itself but it lacks English descriptions, so non-Japanese visitors can struggle with understanding
5.0a month ago
Amazing Studio Ghibli exhibition. Best exhibition I have ever been to. The room with the bugs from Nausicaa was amazing!
4.03 weeks ago
Good place for you to learn a thing or two about fukuoka (kurokan) history.
5.02 months ago
The gibli exhibition was excellent and the museum the ideal place to show it. Long queue to get in so might be better to wait until after the GW holiday when you can look at everything moving along at a more leisurely pace.