1. This hugely popular tour includes special entry to the advance-reservation-only Ghibli Museum.
2. Visit Hotel Gajoen Tokyo. This spectacular historical building is said to have inspired an important structure in one famous Ghibli film. Enjoy the atmosphere and savor a meal of the hotel’s prized cuisine.
3. Spend 2 hours at the Ghibli Museum.
The museum features a plethora of exhibits including animation production processes and a Ghibli original short animated feature viewable only at the museum.
4. Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, which will be visited after the Ghibli Museum, is an outdoor museum featuring historical structures with high cultural significance which have been moved to the museum from their original sites, recreated and preserved for exhibit. Walk down streets lined with colorful and intriguing buildings which evoke an atmosphere just like in a Ghibli film. Take a stroll and think about which Ghibli film each building could appear in. (See Remarks 10)
Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is closed on Mondays. (Open if Monday is a holiday.) In such cases, the tour will visit Jindaiji Temple or Takahata Fudoson Temple instead.