New Studio Ghibli Short Animation by Hayao Miyazaki to be Screened at Ghibli Museum 2018-01-09 Tue 2018-01-11 Thu A new short animation entitled Boro the Caterpillar will be shown exclusively at the Studio Ghibli museum in Mitaka. The screening will begin from 21st March 2018 onwards with an accompanying exhibit of related items. This short will be acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki’s first work released since The Wind Rises in 2013. According to the press release, Miyazaki has been sitting on this idea for a while. The film's central idea is to portray the world through an insect’s eyes. 美術館オリジナル短編アニメーション映画「毛虫のボロ」が完成いたしました。3/21（水/祝）より公開いたします。3月入場分チケットは、2/10（土）より発売いたします。 pic.twitter.com/GJdmlqYfiH— 三鷹の森ジブリ美術館 (@GhibliML) 9 January 2018 The 14 minute animation centres around Boro, a caterpillar. We follow him from when he is born, as he steps out into the big wide world, encountering both friends and foes. For tourists,the Studio Ghibli Museum is easily accessible from central Tokyo and worth a visit anyway for all the cool regular exhibitions. Mitaka station is under 20 minutes away from Shinjuku station on the Chuo line. There is a bus schedule for Mitaka station to the museum on the website. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Fashion Press Tags: Hayao Miyazaki / Inokashira Park / Mitaka / Studio Ghibli / Studio Ghibli Museum / Tokyo grape Japan Sightseeing New Studio Ghibli Short Animation by Hayao Miyazaki to be Screened at Ghibli Museum Related Article Tokyo Rickshaw will have you swooning over their risqué new promotional video Brush Up On Your Manga History At The Upcoming “Journey Of Manga” Art Exhibition Digitally Remastered Panda Kopanda Comes To Japanese Theaters BOOK REVIEW | ‘Sharing a House with the Never Ending Man: 15 Years at Studio Ghibli’ by Steve Alpert Kirin’s Bottled Teas Get a Healthy Flowery Beauty Garden Makeover in Shibuya Second Round Of Themed Food At The Ghibli Exhibition Includes Fans’ Favorite Pie!