This Japanese Restaurant Serves Accurate Recreations Of Studio Ghibli Food

The Studio Ghibli theme park is now open!

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It's impossible to not drool over the delicious food seen in all of Hayao Miyazaki's animations, that sometimes (or all the time) we want to grab the food from the screen and eat it in real life. This is true, especially in the yatai seen on Spirited Away even if it turned Chihiro's parents into pigs, the bacon-egg breakfast meal Howl, Sophie, Markl, and Calcifer cooked as seen on Howl's Moving Castle, the bento from My Neighbor Totoro, and the bread from Kiki's Delivery Service, just to name a few.

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Now that Studio Ghibli just opened its theme park to the public in Nagakute, Aichi Prefecture, you can experience some of the food featured in Miyazaki's animations. And right within the same Aichi Prefecture, a chain of Japanese izakayas called Donan Norin Suisanbu's newest items on the menu are recreations from screen to table.

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According to SoraNews24, you can find the meatball spaghetti from Castle of Cagliostro, ham ramen from Ponyo, the "mysterious food" eaten by Chihiro's dad in Spirited Away, the bacon-egg combination from Howl's Moving Castle, the bento from My Neighbor Totoro, fried egg bread from Castle In The Sky, Siberia cake from The Wind Rises, and the Pumpkin Herring Pie from Kiki's Delivery Service.

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Does it look as tasty in real life? To that, we say to see is to believe.

Here's how Donan Norin Suisanbu recreated the Studio Ghibli eats:

If you're going to the newly-opened Studio Ghibli theme park, make sure to drop by Donan Norin Suisanbu's five branches which are all located in the same Aichi prefecture, and complete the Studio Ghibli experience!

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