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Robot From Miyazaki’s Castle in the Sky Comes to Life

by Range
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If you love Miyazaki’s animes, then you’ll love the fact that the gigantic robot from Laputa: Castle in the Sky can be seen in Tokyo, at the Ghibli Museum (FR).

studio ghibli miyazaki anime laputa castle in the sky

Apparently, this robot is life-sized, meaning that it’s quite huge. You can take your photo right next to it. This makes me want to hop on a plane and head to Japan right now.

studio ghibli miyazaki anime laputa castle in the sky

The movie was released in 1986 and is the first movie that Studio Ghibli released. I’ve been a fan for years. My favorite Ghibli feature by Miyazaki is Spirited Away. If you haven’t seen it, add it to your Netflix queue now.

[via Le Blog De Bango (FR)]




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Comments (5):

  1. hawken king says:

    been there since 2001

  2. JaiSoleil says:

    Nausicaä was my fabourite.

  3. Kate says:

    I think kikis delivery service was actually my favorite but I think its really really cool they made that statue

  4. M says:

    That sculpture isn’t the robot shown below it. The sculpture is a rendition of the military robot. And then the picture below would have a lot more fire in it, and it just wouldn’t have the same happy tone.
    And to be completely accurate, it needs to be missing a hand. And a foot.

  5. Sum Gai says:

    M needs some friends.

    Still waiting for them to make a life-sized Howl’s Moving Castle.

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