The magical Studio Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo, is re-opening its doorways to everybody in September – in case you're within the nation after all. Beforehand, the museum closed in March because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic getting worse in Japan however re-opened in mid-July to residents of Mitaka Metropolis, with tickets being bought in a lottery system.
New coronavirus (COVID-19) measures are in place to restrict the unfold of the virus within the winding museum. These embrace; ensuring everyone seems to be carrying a masks, taking temperature earlier than getting into, shifting tickets to be digital, and plenty of extra measures outlined on the web site with lovable hand-drawn artwork. The museum can be limiting the variety of tickets bought and the way many individuals are allowed into the constructing at one time.
The Straw Hat Cafe, solely accessible by means of the museum, has additionally began a restricted merchandise menu and solely permits seating outdoors.
Tickets for the primary half of September go on sale on August 25, with the second half beginning early September. Tickets are solely accessible inside Japan and thru Lawson's ticketing system.
Supply: Eiga Natalie, Ghibli Museum web site (1, 2)
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll Information. He additionally runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff known as TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts pictures of his travels on Instagram.