Studio Ghibli is known for creating beautiful, thought-provoking works of animation featuring topics not traditionally explored in movies aimed at children: environmentalism, war, feminism. The movies are rooted in Japanese culture and history and while always thoughtful, they never feel preachy.
They also feature some mouthwatering food. Seriously—watch Howl’s Moving Castle or Spirited Away and just try not to get hungry. Below, we’ve compiled a few of the most memorable Studio Ghibli dishes, so scroll on for the most delicious animated ramen, breakfasts and fish stews ever drawn.
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