Ghibli Park Opens Up International Ticket Sales
Since some nations may now travel to Japan, Ghibli Park, the theme park created by Studio Ghibli, said on its website on Wednesday that it would begin selling tickets to visitors from other countries. Tickets were previously exclusively accessible via Japanese websites or the travel agency JTB.
Similar to ticket sales in Japan, overseas ticket sales will start on a certain date and last for a specific amount of time before being gradually renewed every month or so. The first batch of tickets for the period of March 15 to April 30 will go on sale via Lawson Ticket on January 10 at 2:00 PM Japan time.
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Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse is the only section in Ghibli Park for which international tickets are currently guaranteed; Hill of Youth and Dondoko Forest are not yet on sale. International tickets will cost 2,000 yen during the week and 2,500 yen on the weekends, the same as domestic tickets. Ghibli Park Opens Up International Ticket Sales in January 2023.