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7.5 hours
Min Age : 4+
Max People : 5
Your Experience at a Glance

Experience the wonders of Ghibli Park together with a Ghibli fan as your guide! This way you can dive into everything the park has to offer and learn more than the eye can see. 

Experience Price

29,000 yen/person

4 ~ 12 years old: 14,500 yen/person

0 ~ 3 years old: free

Experience Type

Private Experience

Meeting Location

Nagoya Station (Google Maps)

End Location

Ghibli Park (Google Maps)

Start Time and Duration

Start time 8:30 – 16:00 (7.5 hours)

Languages Offered


Language Proficiency

English: Native ★★★★★

Price Includes

  • Knowledgeable Ghibli Tour Guide
  • Bento Lunch
  • Ghibli Park O-Sanpo Pass

Price Excludes

  • Entry into World Emporium (Hill of Youth), Satsuki and Mei’s House (Dondoko Forest), The Okino Residence, Howl’s Castle, and The House of Witches (Valley of Witches) is NOT included in the O-Sanpo pass.
  • Ghibli Park O-Sanpo Pass Premium (optional, extra charge: 6000 yen/person upon inquiry)
  • Charcoal Grilled Gohei-mochi Cooking Experience (Mononoke Village), Carousel (Valley of Witches), Flying Machine (Valley of Witches)
  • Transportation to and from the Ghibli Park
  • Souvenirs, foods, and drinks at Ghibli Park other than the Bento Lunch

Additional Information

  • To secure tickets for the tour, bookings need to be done at least two months in advance due to high demand; however, those interested in booking within the next two months should send an inquiry to check ticket availability
  • Some facilities may not be available for use in the event of rain. These include: Lord Okkoto (Mononoke Village), the walking trail in Dondoko Forest, Carousel and Flying Machine (Valley of Witches)
  • Some facilities and activities are limited to children 12 years of age and under including the following: Cat Bus Room, Children's Town (Ghibli's Grand Warehouse), Dondoko-do (Dondoko Forest), Lord Okkoto (Mononoke Village), and the Flying Machine (Valley of Witches). However, adults accompanying children of 12 years or under may also ride the Flying Machine.
  • This tour is wheelchair accessible (however, some locations within Ghibli Park might not be accessible with a wheelchair)
What You'll Do

Accompanied by an experienced Ghibli guide, venture to Ghibli Park to discover its five captivating realms. The tour’s centerpiece is the Ghibli Grand Warehouse, granting you access to its wonders. While the four outdoor areas promise their own enchantments, exploration is limited to their exteriors, except for the charming souvenir shops.

Indulge in a delectable lunch featuring Nagoya’s culinary delights served in a delightful Bento box.

  • Discover the world of Ghibli with a knowledgeable Ghibli Guide.
  • See the world from Arrietty’s point of view as you explore through a jungle of giant plants and flowers.
  • Take a peek into Yubaba’s office as she works on her contracts.
  • Relax while watching a Studio Ghibli animated short at the Cinema Orion.
  • Become your favorite character by taking photos in 14 life-sized recreations of some of the most important scenes from various Ghibli movies.
  • Take a rest at the Rest Stop in Mononoke Village.
  • Get Swallowed Up by Bella Yaga as you enter Valley of the Witches.
  • Take a peek inside the Guchokipanya Bakery where a certain young witch and her black cat lived.
  • Visit Sophie’s workshop and take a look at the hats that are on display.
Your Experience Step by Step

MeetingNagoya Station

Meet your tour guide at Nagoya Station 10 minutes before the tour starts.

BuyLunch Bento

Choose your favorite Station Bento for lunch. We especially recommend the local Nagoya specialties.

Trainto Ghibli Park

Take the subway and monorail to Ghibli Park with your guide.

Stop 1Grand Warehouse

Begin your exploration at Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse, the main hub of Ghibli Park. Here, your guide will share fascinating details about your favorite Studio Ghibli movies and the exhibits on display. Make sure not to miss the cinema screening short movies, and the special exhibition showcasing the delicious foods seen in Ghibli movies.

LunchBento Box

Enjoy your Bento Lunch in the open air.

Stop 2Valley of Witches

The largest outdoor area in Ghibli Park is Valley of Witches where witchy buildings from multiple Ghibli Movies such as “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” “Howl’s Moving Castle,” and “Earwig and the Witch” have been recreated (these buildings cannot be entered with the Ghibli Park O-Sampo Pass). This is also the only area in the park that offers rides! For an additional cost, children can enjoy the Flying Machine from “Castle in the Sky” and both adults and children can ride a carousel decorated with vehicles, animals, and characters from many of Studio Ghibli’s films.

Stop 3Dondoko Forest

The home of Totoro and his neighbors Satsuki and Mei. While you can’t visit the inside of the house, it is already quite interesting to see from the outside. Don’t forget to stop by Dondoko Shop to pick up some lucky amulets!

Stop 4Hill of Youth

This area is for hardcore Ghibli fans as it is themed after some lesser-known movies such as “The Cat Returns” and “Whisper of the Heart”.

Stop 5Mononoke Village

Mononoke Village is the smallest of Ghibli Park’s five areas. Here you will find the world of Princess Mononoke waiting for you. Included are some sculptures and a house inspired by the Tataraba Iron Town building from the movie.

Tour EndWrapping Up

As the day comes to a close you can choose to spend the remaining time before the park closes exploring a little more or you can head back to Nagoya Station with your guide.

[Cancel Policy]
– 7+ days before the tour date: refund of tour fees minus park ticket price, minus 5% processing fees
– 3 to 6 days before the tour date: 50% refund of tour fees minus park ticket price
– 48 hours or less before the tour: no refund of tour fees

As the number of tickets available is limited, we reserve the right to offer you an alternative date if the date you request is unavailable. If we cannot accommodate your request, we will cancel your order and issue a full refund.

Where You'll Be
Meet Your Host

Erica Hara

Meet Erica, an American whose love affair with Studio Ghibli began with the mesmerizing experience of seeing “Princess Mononoke” in theaters. From that moment on, she was captivated by the enchanting worlds and compelling narratives crafted by Studio Ghibli.

Erica’s passion for Japanese culture and history knows no bounds. In an attempt to meld her three favorite things: history, food, and talking, she joined Nagoya is not boring as a tour guide back in the summer of 2023. Most days she can be found expounding on the superiority of red miso in cuisine and regaling guests with stories of the Nagoya of old.

Your Experience in Pictures

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