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Noun (plural \travelogues\)
1. A description of someone's travels, given in the form of narrative, public lecture, slide show or motion picture.
2. A travel journal, also called road journal or travelogue, is a record made by a voyager. Generally in diary form, a travel journal contains descriptions of the traveler's experiences, is normally written during the course of the journey, and may or may not be intended for publishing.

Phrase (read \'three-for-one'\)
1. Where the journeys of three become one.
2. Where one place represents the bonds of three.

A resting place, a welcoming home, a shared travel log for the three of us...
1. A commemmoration to our beautiful friendship; a witness to our exciting futures; a platform to tell the stories of new places and people we'll be meeting.
2. Because we have one another in our hearts, Travelogue341 is born.

Welcome to Travelogue341! We hope you enjoy our journeys as much as we do :)



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Studio Ghibli Museum
Saturday, May 15, 2010

As promised, here is my account of my visit to 三鷹の森ジブリ美術館 or literally translated as "Ghibli Museum of the Mitaka Forest". For those who don't know, Ghibli Museum is a studio that produces animation movies created by founder Miyazaki Hayao. If you have ever watched a Ghibli movie before, you will find that it is different from other Japanese animation movies. The stories have a beautiful plot, with superb animation and soothing songs, as well as a hidden message behind each movie. One of my personal favourite is one called "Spirited Away" : )

(note: i am in LOVE with the mouse from "Spirited Away". Its name is Boo ^^)

Off we go to Studio Ghibli Museum! FYI, you can't buy tickets on the spot. You have to go to Lawson (a convenience store) and purchase your tickets there. My friends and I booked one week before; each ticket costs 1000 yen (around SGD 15).

700 metres away...

300 metres away..

At the main entrance, you will be greeted by Totoro, from the movie となりのトトロ(Tonari no Totoro/My Neighbour Totoro).

First we went to visit a room where there is a Hall of Fame of all previous Studio Ghibli productions. Absolutely no photography inside, but I managed to capture a few! It is really hard to do so with all guards watching.

These are all miniature sized! Looks like a real office right?

The interior of the museum. So pretty, I'd love a house like this!

Stained glass windows with Ponyo characters on them (from the movie "Ponyo on the Sea by the Cliff"

Next we walked outside and climbed a long flight of stairs. It was worth it, because outdoors there was a giant Laputa statue! This is a character from another Ghibli movie called "Laputa in the Sky".

Indoors there is also a Neko Bus (Cat Bus) but it is only for very young children to play. They are allowed to go inside and play with little black balls (with eyes) that are supposed to represent germs. Cute germs, though : P


There was a special room for exhibitions.. and lucky for us, the "Ponyo on the sea by the cliff" exhibition was on!! The graphics were beautiful. Too bad only these few pictures because the guard kept eyeing us...

A few more shots of how the museum looks like from the outside

Even though my pictures don't do the real museum justice, I guess one word to describe my experience there is: magical. Museums are really meant for the eye to take in all the sights, not by photography. So I'd like to come here again someday, with both of you, and marvel at all the stuff I couldn't capture on camera..


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Blogger rummy333 said...

<3 Howl's moving castle
Studio Ghibli is awesome!!!
Thx for sharing fer!!! :DDD

May 17, 2010 at 4:24 AM  
Blogger Hoang Le said...

I love those films, especially Spirited Away

May 18, 2010 at 12:05 AM  
Blogger My Linh said...

<3 comin comin soon ^^
Gosh I can't wait to see u there, and this post is really wonderful (and illegal) lol,who says our Fer does not break the rules?

May 18, 2010 at 4:05 AM  

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