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    Hayao Miyazaki is a talented, hard worker, who loves to create things for the world to see. When he was young, he had a passion for illustration. He knew that it would take a lot of hard work to make it, but he knew that it would get him through the tough times. From a young age, he had a passion for Art and illustration, it was his dream to work in illustration and animation. He knew that it would take a lot of work, but he was willing to put in the effort to make it. He went through a lot of tough times in his childhood, So him working so hard is what helped him through them.While he was in middle school, he read the book “The Haunted Tower” later in 1979 he got the opportunity to produce the movie. He has had a pretty eventful life, but…

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    Hayao Miyazaki it is a Japanese animator that very influential in animation area. Thus, there are many featured film that he made such as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke and many more and every of his film that his made there are several of similarity that can be found on hisfilm such as the technique that he uses, the styles and the concept of his story. However, Hayao Miyazaki had his own uniqueness when he made an animation film even though it has a similarity from with his other film but…

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    Hayao Miyazaki is a talented hard worker, who loves to create things for the world to see. When he was young he had a passion for illustration. He knew that it would take a lot of hard work to make it, but he knew that it would get him through the tough times. His family manufactured parts for japan’s “zero” fighter planes. His mother was ill for many years’s of his adolescence, She was diagnosed with spinal tuberculosis when he was young. While he was in middle school he read the book “The…

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    Hayao Miyazaki is considered as one of the greatest animated filmmaker of his time. Studio Ghibli’s works are a breakthrough in modern animation, bringing both reality and fantasy together in a whole other level and give the audience something that they can keep with them long after they have seen the films. It’s more than a moral to the story, and more than a lesson that we must learn from the protagonist’s adventure(s). Miyazaki’s movies are not black and white, but actually rather more…

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    Hayao Miyazaki was born in the Bunkyo-ho district of Tokyo on January 5, 1941. His father, Katsuji Miyazaki, was employed as an aeronautical engineer at a factory owned by Miyazaki’s uncle that manufactured and constructed parts of Japanese fighter planes that were to be deployed in World War II (Cavallaro 29). At the ripe age of three, the Miyazaki family was evacuated from Tokyo, returning four years later. His mother was a strong, courageous, and determined woman, but despite this, she…

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    Hayao Miyazaki is not your typical contemporary artist. He doesn’t focus his art in creating paintings nor sculptures, he does something else in a way where he can capture the eye of people from different demographics. Miyazaki is the kind of artist who’s not afraid to speak up his mind when creating his works. He’s certainly known for his boldness when it comes to tackling grave issues in our society. In his movies, he had referred to issues like war, environmental depletion, the inequities…

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    Hayao Miyazaki was born on January 5, 1941, in Akebono-Cho in Bunkyo, Tokyo. Miyazaki’s family included his three brothers, his mother, and his father. Miyazaki went to elementary school in Utsunomiya until the third grade. Miyazaki and his family then moved to Suginami-Ku where he completed fourth and fifth grade. Miyazaki went to Omiya Junior High and that’s when he realized that he wanted to become a manga artist. Miyazaki then went on to attend Toyotama High School where his interest in…

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    Princess Mononoke was an anime film produced in 1997 by Hayao Miyazaki. The movie is set in the late Muromachi Period around 1336 to 1573 in Japan. In modern day, there are many issues over nature and how humans affect it. In Princess Mononoke, these issues have turned into recurrent themes such as humanity, nature, and the effect of humans on nature. These themes are evident throughout characters and images presented in the movie. In this film all of the characters are very complex, like…

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    Spirited Away, the anime film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, depicts a fantasy story of a young girl Chihiro accidentally enters a town ruled by witches and gods. Chihiro need to find a job in order to survive and save her parents who are turned into pigs. During her stay, Chihiro works hard and finally finds a way to save her parents and go back to the real world. In this essay, I want to discuss how does Spirited Away reflected issues of Japanese society in 1990s. Japan experienced strong…

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    Studio Ghibli, right? Studio Ghibli, to be specific Hayao Miyazaki, one of the founders of Studio Ghibli, has been able to create stories of empathy, stories that explore the humanistic traits of characters, stories that reflect on the essence of creativity and ingenuity. He unconventionally manufactures worlds of formidability, disproportion and places unfortunate, usually younger, individuals and forces them to think about the scary components of reality. For example: Spirited Away an…

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