Source: YouTube Ghibli Continues In Bringing 800-Year-Old Japanese Painting Into Live Animation 2016-06-24 Fri 2016-06-24 Fri The 800 year old manga Choju-jinbutsu-giga, also known as"Scrolls of Frolicking Animals" received a part 2 sequel from Studio Ghibli, which is unbelievable. It is the first time ever for Ghibli to make a sequel to their works, and they feel honored to transform this first ever made manga into a lively short heartwarming movie. Mates As you might have already expected, the little momentum of animal details is definitely characteristic of Ghibili’s work. A similar concept like the first part, but this time, the frog shows man’s bravery to carry the rabbit through the river. The overall action of the love in giving and receiving is more interactive than before, simply because they had passed the first cute stage of encounter. The collaboration with the energy company Marubeni Shin Denryoku is to promote their goal towards low-pollution, renewable wind, water, and solar-based energy production. The Choju-jinbutsu-giga was chosen as a symbol to describe the beauty of the pre-industrial era in Japan. YouTube By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:丸紅新電力 鳥獣戯画「つれあい」篇 Tags: Ghibli grape Japan Culture Ghibli Continues In Bringing 800-Year-Old Japanese Painting Into Live Animation Related Article Now You Can Eat Food From Ghibli Movies At Home! This May Be The Best “Kiki’s Delivery Service” Cosplay Ever [VIDEO] OMG This Diva Parrot Sings A Famous Totoro Number! Ghibli’s Sound Director Brews Coffee In A Way I’ve Never Imagined Before Beautiful Glassy Insect From Ghibli Tries To Coexist With Humans These Totoro Cakes Look Delicious, But We Just Can’t Bring Ourselves To Cut Them! Check Out These Impressive Designs!