Japanese TV broadcast's of Studio Ghibli movies tend to elicit huge responses on social media. There's the "balse" case where Castle in the Sky broke a Twitter record as a key example. Last week's the NTV Friday Roadshow broadcsst of Princess Mononoke sent plenty of artists to Twitter and Pixiv. This week, program aired My Neighbor Tototro, and as you might guess, their was the response really roared. Get a look after the jump.
has been receiving a lot of requests for anime cupcakes and cakepops, so, dessert instructor Elise has cracking into the subject with a new guide on how to make My Neighbor Totoro inspired goodies. Get a look after the jump.
In the latest entry in her Nerdy Nummies series,offers a how to video with instructions for making your own Dragon Ball Z creme brulee cakeballs. So, if you're a kitchen Z Warrior, check out the instructional after the jump.
CoolPencilCase.com has put together some fuzzy desk accessories to bring the spirit of the forest to your cubicle. A Totoro pelt mouse pad goes for $18.45, while a Catbus desk organizer goes for $14.45. Get a look after the jump.
On April 16, 1988, Studio Ghibli co-founders Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata introduced their classics My Neighbor Totoro and Grave of the Fireflies to Japanese audiences in a double bill theatrical run. Now UK movie-goers will the opportunity to view the two together thanks to Studio Canal. And, so American fans don't feel left out on the good news, Amazon is running a big discount on the Ghibli library. More after the jump.
At this point, is there any beloved children's story that doesn't have an associated urban legend about the subjects being dead, dying or brain damaged? In Japan, there are persistent rumors that Doraemon is the product of Nobita's damaged mind. In the case of Totoro, Satsuki and Mei are supposedly dead. Five years ago, for Totoro's 20th anniversary, otaku idol Shoko "Shokotan" Nakagawa and Toshio "Otaking" Okada discussed the possibility. Get a look after the jump.
25 years ago today, Studio Ghibli co-founders Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata released a pair of anime's most beloved and powerful movies with a double bill of My Neighbor Totoro and Grave of the Fireflies. So, let's all wish the Ghibli classics a happy anniversary after the jump.
Some things never go out of style. One of those things? My Neighbor Totoro. Now you can get your Totoro fix - and the cat bus - in origami form. Check out the details after the jump.
Disney has confirmed retailer listings that Studio Ghibli's classic My Neighbor Totoro, along with master anime director Hayao Miyazaki's more recent Howl's Moving Castle have been slated for a May 21st release. The two DVD/Blu-ray combo packs will sell for $40 each. Get the details after the jump.
Ever feel like your nails could use a little anime-ing up? With all the cool nail art popping up these days, why not anime? That’s the principle behind a lot of Chieko Nakayama’s nail artistry. Look at the pictures after the jump.