Founded by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, Toshio Suzuki and Yasuyoshi Tokuma, Studio Ghibli has been delighting fans of Japanese animation since 1985 with impressive works from the point of view of realization, which are characterized by the presence of unforgettable characters and locations, embellished by the profound themes dealt with.
Lots of the stories that were told the distinctive and unique style of Studio Ghibli They can be compared to fairy tales, characters engaging in adventures in which animals, mythological monsters and oriental beliefs often play a fundamental role, in places with a surreal atmosphere and able to capture viewers instantly.
One of the many masterpieces by Studio Ghibli is certainly Princess Mononoke, written and directed by Miyazaki, was released in 1997. The film focuses on the adventures of Ashitaka, the prince of the Emishi people, who, in order to save his people, kills a ghost that seriously infects them. Looking for a cure, he meets San, Princess Mononoke, and gets to know her a war between the guardians of nature and humansdestroying a forest.
A fan of the film who noticed a certain frame wanted to bring the universe of The Legend of Zelda closer to that of Princess Mononoke. Replace Ashitaka with Link in a frame. The result is a perfect cameo of the hero of the kingdom of Hyrule, shown here wearing the tunic featured in the latest title in the regular series The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. ù
Recall that an enthusiast noticed an unpublished detail at Howl's Moving Castle, and we'll leave you the details of the virtual tour of the Studio Ghibli Museum.
I've redrawn this frame of Princess Mononoke as a link! pic.twitter.com/ptL5QI4o3a- gappy (@mistasbullet) November 21, 2020