In line with the release of Studio Ghibli’s latest film, Red Turtle, the animation studio opened an exhibit this month running until September 11th when Red Turtle will have its debut in Japan. Haven’t seen the trailer to Red Turtle yet? Watch it here.
The exhibit is said to be quite comprehensive, with 3D models and recreations of Ghibli offices. One of the key parts of the exhibit is the display of Ghibli advertising materials, such as posters and flyers used to promote their films in movie theaters.
The layout of the entire exhibit is quite unique as well—which, according to Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki, was done on purpose as he wanted the displays to be arranged in “a haphazard way, just like memories are arranged in a filmgoer’s mind.”
Take a look at photos from the exhibit here:
The Studio Ghibli exhibit is running until September 11th at the Roppongi Hills skyscraper, Tokyo. The show is open to the public.