Japan from "Princess Mononoke" (1997) もののけ姫

  • Published on : 27/07/2017
  • by : F.F.Y.
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The inspirations behind the film

Released in 1997, Princess Mononoke is one of the greatest successes of director Hayao Miyazaki, of Studio Ghibli, but also of Japanese animation. If the film is fantastic and has many magical elements, it is also largely inspired by the history and landscapes of Japan.

Les deux héros de "Princesse Mononoke"

The two heroes of "Princess Mononoke"

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