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Basic Information

Hours Of Operation

Museum:10:00~18:00


Closed

The Museum is closed every Tuesday, except on these Tuesdays:
 2014: February 11, April 29, May 6, July 22, August 12, September 23, December 23
 2015: January 6, March 24
and Wednesday April 30 and Wednesday May 7, 2014.
Tickets for October 1 and 4, 2014 are only available to residents of Mitaka city and other neighboring cities.


The Museum is also closed at Year-end and for New Year's Holidays, and for periodic maintenance:
  Periodic Maintenance 1: May 19, 2014 through May 30, 2014
  Periodic Maintenance 2: November 4, 2014 through November 14, 2014
  Year-end and New Year Holidays: December 28, 2014 through January 2, 2015

Please click here for the Museum Calendar (subject to change)

*Please check with designated local travel agencies.


Tickets

Entrance to the Ghibli Museum is strictly by advance purchase of a reserved ticket which specifies the appointed date of the reservation.

>>How to buy tickets outside Japan

>>How to buy tickets in Japan

Once you purchase a reserved tickets, no changes or refunds are allowed.
When you enter the Museum, you will exchange your reserved ticket with a "film" ticket (Only one film ticket per person).


Admission Fees

Over Age 19 ¥1,000
Age 13-18 ¥700
Age 7-12 ¥400
Age 4-6 ¥100

*Children under 4 are admitted free of charge.
*When purchasing the tickets outside Japan, charges will be calculated in your local currency at the current rate of exchange, and will also include a handling fee.


Special access for the Physically Handicapped


Restrooms

The Museum offers handicapped use facilities in restrooms on all floors (four either-sex facilities inside, and one facility each for males and females outside the Museum building). We also provide stands for changing baby's diapers.


The Saturn Theater

Hearing assistance earphones are available for loan for the hearing impaired. As of now, only japanese is available.


For visitors using wheelchairs

All facilities in the three-story museum building excluding the roof garden are accessible by wheelchair. Wheelchairs are available for loan at the Museum. There is no elevator or other way to ascend from the second floor to the roof garden, except by the stairs.


For visitors who do not feel well

There are spaces available where you can rest.
Please ask our museum staff for details.