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Admission Fees for Ghibli Park Announced [Flash Report]

Aichi Prefecture Announces Admission Fees for Ghibli Park

On April 28, 2022, Aichi Prefecture Governor Omura announced the admission fees for Ghibli Park, which will be developed with Studio Ghibli and open in Nagakute City on November 1.

The fees have been set for each area on the premise that visitors can enjoy one area per day.

Adult 2000-2500 yen on holidays, 1000 yen on weekdays

Adults (junior high school students and older) in the “Seishun no Oka” and “Dondoko Mori” areas are ¥1,000 regardless of weekdays or holidays.

The “Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse” area is 2000 yen for adults on weekdays (including long vacation periods such as summer vacation at Japanese schools), 2500 yen on holidays.

Admission fees for Ghibli Park are as follows.

List of Admission Fees for Ghibli Park

List of Ghibli Park fee structure. Refer to the official sales site, Boo-Woo Tickets(Japanese).

Age Group | Area Fee “Youth Hill” & “Dondoko Forest” Area “Ghibli’s Big Warehouse” Area
Adult: weekday fee 1000yen 2000yen
Adult: holiday fee 1000yen 2500yen
Child’s: weekday fee 500yen 1000yen
Child’s: holiday fee 500yen 1250yen

The following fee structure for handicap persons is also available.

Age Group | Area Fee “Youth Hill” & “Dondoko Forest” Area “Ghibli’s Big Warehouse” Area
Handicap Adult: weekday fee 500yen 1000yen
Handicap Adult: holiday fee 500yen 1500yen
Handicap Child’s: weekday fee 250yen 500yen
Handicap Child’s: holiday fee 250yen 625yen

Half price for adults from 4 years old to 12 years old (elementary school students) and younger
All children (4 years old and up, elementary school students and younger) are half the price of adults, and children 3 years old and younger are free.

* The Japanese elementary school year begins in April and ends in March of the following year.

In Japan, the tickets appear to be available through Boo-Woo Tickets.

How to obtain tickets.

In Japan, tickets appear to be available through Boo-Woo Tickets.

*English Translation unavailable (as of 5 May, 2022)

Boo-Woo Tickets is a new ticket seller affiliated with the Lawson convenience store chain.

It is expected to become the official ticket sales site for Ghibli Park.

Ghibli Park ticket reservation purchase scheduled for August 2022

Ticket reservations and purchases for Ghibli Park are scheduled for August 2002 (according to local newspaper reports).

As more information becomes available, it will be posted on this site.

Ghibli Park is open weekdays 10:00-17:00, holidays 9:00-17:00.

Hours of operation are weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during long vacation periods and holidays.

In principle, the park is closed on Tuesdays. Ticket sales will begin around August with advance reservations required.

Preferential treatment for local residents

In addition to the general admission capacity, a “children’s quota” will be set aside to make it easier for local children to enter.

A “Prefectural Citizens Day” will also be held on which tickets will be sold preferentially to Aichi Prefecture residents.

Aichi Governor Hideaki Omura said at the press conference, “We will make thorough preparations for this unique park facility that expresses the world view of Studio Ghibli, of which Japan is proud to be a part of the world.


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