In the first room, "Scenes of Food" that remain in our memory are re-created, with art panels describing how to draw images that linger.

For example, how is the motion of Chihiro depicted when she is crying, her mouth full as she eats her rice ball?

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Some visitors who were school children when we first opened are now parents, and we are pretty sure we see some of those first visitors bringing their kids to the Museum.

Every year we have presented a new annual exhibition - that makes 14 in total!

Experience anew the worlds where Satsuki and Sheeta create culinary delights that put the grown-ups to shame!

Drawing food is drawing culture and history, requiring a variety of knowledge and curiosity to create rich film images.

We've assembled some books we use to help us, and invite you to take a look.

We hope sincerely that you will come to understand the depth and richness of scenes of food that are full of life.We started in 2001 with the "Spirited Away Exhibit", and our exhibitions have included 2005's "Heidi - Production Artists at Work Exhibit", 2009's "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea - Making a Film with Pencils" exhibition and 2011's "The View from the Cat Bus - A Special Exhibition", introducing to our visitors our thoughts on how animation is created.Other exhibitions, including the "'Castle in the Sky' and Imaginary Science Fiction Machines Exhibit" in 2002, "The Three Bears Exhibit" in 2007 and "The Nutcracker and The Mouse King - A Fairy Tale Treasure" exhibit in 2014, presented seeds of imagination and new ways to look at animation.The foods that appear are not particularly special, appearing in our lives quite commonly.But their appearance in the films always has special meaning.【Exhibition Period】 May 27, 2017 (Saturday) to May 2018 (closing date to be confirmed).