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    Hayao Miyazaki is a famous animation director and manga artist. Growing up

    on 5/1/1941, in Tokyo, during World War II. His career began in 1963 in the Toei

    Douga studio. In 1971, He worked for A-pro studio. After 2 years, moving to

    Nippon Animation. From 1978 to 2008 he made a lot of famous animation films:

    Future Boy Conan (1978), Lupin the III: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979),

    Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind (1984), Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986), My

    Neighbor Totoro (1988), Kikis Delivery Service (1989), Crimson Pig (1992),

    Princess Mononoke (1997), Spirited Away (2001), Howls Moving Castle (2004)

    and Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (2008)

  • Hayao Miyazaki was born on 5 January 1941, in Tokyo. When he was a child, he enjoyed drawing airplanes that was influenced on animations and the reason was that his father - Katsuji (1915 - 1993) was a director of Miyazaki airplane. His mother fought against the disease - tuberculosis for 9 years. In addition, most of his female characters were based on his mother.

    While watching the first Japanese colour cartoon Hakuja Den in 1958, he was interested in animation and intended to be a comic artist. He got dual degrees Politic science and economics from Gakushuin University. During this time, he worked for the Childrens Literature Research, which was supported useful knowledge for his career.


  • He was the famous Japanese

    animation director and manga artist.

    People called him as the Japanese

    Walt Disney. In all his films, flying

    scenes and airplanes always

    appear. He loved drawing a pig in

    some comic books and explained,

    The behaviour of pigs is very similar

    to human behaviour. I really like pigs

    at heart, for their strengths as well as

    their weaknesses. We look like pigs,

    with our round bellies. Theyre close

    to us. All his characters were created

    from people who he knew in real life.

    For example, in Spirited Away (2001),

    the idea to make Chihiro was from

    daughter of his friend


  • After graduating from Gakushuin

    University, he had a job in Toei Douga

    studio. His first project was Watchdog

    Bow Wow anime film during practicing

    in this studio. In 1964, Hayao became

    the Chief Secretary of Toei Dougas

    labor union. He worked at A-Pro in

    1971, after 2 years, he moved to

    Nippon Animation.

    In 1979, he produced his first movie

    Lupin III TV series, after that becoming

    as a chief instructor for new animators

    at Telecom. In 1984, he succeeded in

    Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.

    After this achievement, the new studio

    Studio Ghibli was built in 1985.


  • When he watched the first Japanese

    colour anime Hakuja Den, he fell in

    love with making animation film and

    Comic book. Therefore, he decided to

    become a manga artist and director.

    Also, his father who was a director of

    Miyazaki airplane was the reason for

    him to begin to draw especially

    airplanes. Moreover, Paul Gtimault

    who was the French animator, Yuri

    Nordstein from Russia and Frederick

    Bach from Canada were affected his

    thinking and design.

    W H Y

  • H O WMiyazakis Manga or anime story was an inspiration for some western authors,

    such as Ursula K. Le Guin, Lewis Carroll, and Diana Wynne Jones because

    his stories were variety and had a meaning message about humankind, nature,

    ecology, human spirit and pollution. Also, Miyazaki and Jean Giraud the writer

    and illustrator affected ideas and design each other but they respect their own

    products. Therefore, 2004-2005, they had an exhibition of their own and co-

    operative design. The name of this exhibition was Miyazaki et Moebius: Deux

    Artistes Dont Les Dessins Prennent Vie (Two Artists Drawings Taking on a Life

    of Their Own).

  • REFERENCE LIST1. IMDb, Biography for Hayao Miyazaki, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0594503/bio

    2. Steven Feldman, 24/6/94, HAYAO MIYAZAKI BIOGRAPHY, Revision 2, http://www.nau-


    3. Minoru Matsutani, Tues 30/9/2008, HAYAO MIYAZAKI Japans greatest film

    director?, http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20080930i1.html

    4. The boggle, 28/7/2011, The Influences of Hayao Miyazaki, http://we-are-ghibli.devian-


    5. Tom Mes, 1/7/2002, Hayao Miyazaki, http://www.midnighteye.com/interviews/hayao_mi-


    6. Xan Brooks, Wed 14/9/2005, A god among animators, http://www.guardian.co.uk/


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