The most complete collection of Studio Ghibli movies is on Netflix

All 20 Studio Ghibli films were released between the 1980s and the present.  (Netflix)
All 20 Studio Ghibli films were released between the 1980s and the present. (Netflix)

Although Studio Ghibli Receiving only one Oscar in its entire history, the Japanese studio has amazed the world with unforgettable works of art since its founding in the 1980s. The brilliant director Hayao Miyazaki was behind the vast majority of these productions that were characterized by the leading role of female characters, the historical value and the connection with nature. To date, his son, Goro Miyazakiseeks to revolutionize the path that its predecessor blazed with the landing of the 3D concept in the most recent film that was released in 2020.

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A couple of years ago, all the great creations of Miyazaki and his Ghibli team reached the catalog of Netflix and once again captivated the most fanatical and those who discovered this world for the first time. Check out this complete list of the titles –from the eighties to those of this century– that can be seen in the comfort of home through the service streaming.

"my neighbor totoro" It is one of the most beloved titles on this list.  (Netflix)
“My Neighbor Totoro” is one of the most beloved titles on this list. (Netflix)

All Studio Ghibli movies to watch on Netflix

the castle in the sky (1986): “In this children’s adventure, a young miner and a mysterious girl search for a lost island that, according to legend, hides great riches.”

my neighbor totoro (1988): “When their mother is hospitalized, these two sisters go to the Japanese countryside to spend the summer with their father.”

Kiki: home deliveries (1989): “In this animated adventure, Kiki moves out of her parents’ house to perfect her magic, but discovers that making new friends is harder than it seems.”

memories of yesterday (1991): “A 27-year-old Tokyo girl embarks on a trip to the countryside, accompanied on her way by vivid memories of her childhood, including fruits and first loves.”

Porco Rosso (1992): “Air pirates terrorize the Adriatic Sea and only one Italian pilot has the courage to face them: even if he is half man, half pig.”

I can hear the sea (1993): “A university student remembers when, two years ago, he met the young Rikako. That summer would become a fateful stage that would put a friendship to the test.”

Pompoko (1994): “Displaced from their forests by human development, the raccoons of the Tama Hills fight back with their powers of transformation… if they can get it right.”

Whispers of the heart (1995): “After realizing that all of her library books had already been borrowed by the same person, Shizuku sets out to meet her and pursue her dreams.”

In the history of Japanese cinema, "Spirited Away" became the only anime-style film to be awarded the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.  (Luciano Saliche/Studio Ghibli)
In the history of Japanese cinema, “Spirited Away” became the only anime-style film to be awarded the Oscar for Best Animated Film. (Luciano Saliche/Studio Ghibli)

princess mononoke (1997): “A prince wounded by a deadly curse travels in search of the cure and arrives in the middle of a battle between a mining town and the animals of the forest.”

My neighbors the Yamadas (1999): “Little Nonoko and other members of the peculiar Yamada family manage the ingenious adventures and everyday challenges of life in modern Japan.”

Spirited Away (2001): “Chihiro enters a magical world by a witch, where those who do not obey are transformed into animals.”

the return of the cat (2002): “Haru saves a cat from being hit by a truck. But he is not an ordinary cat, he is Lune, the Prince of the Cat Kingdom.”

the amazing wandering castle (2004): “Sophie is a teenager who works in a hat shop in a town like many, but her life takes a complete turn when a witch transforms her into an old woman.”

Tales from Earthsea (2006): “In a world of decay, an archmage guides a tormented prince on a journey to find the source of evil and save the women they love.”

Ponyo and the secret of the little mermaid (2008): “The story of the friendship between little Sosuke and Ponyo, a princess fish who only longs to become a human being.”

"the amazing wandering castle" is another of the most popular productions of the Japanese animation studio that premiered at the beginning of this century.  (Netflix)
“The Incredible Vagabond Castle” is another of the most popular productions of the Japanese animation studio that premiered at the beginning of this century. (Netflix)

The Secret World of Arriety (2010): “A tiny ‘tenant’ befriends a boy much older than her, and must hide her family from the giant humans”.

poppy hill (2011): “During construction for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, two schoolchildren find hope as they fight to prevent the demolition of a former clubhouse.”

The Tale of Princess Kaguya (2013): “A magical nymph plucked from a bamboo stalk quickly becomes a beautiful woman who is pursued by several lovesick suitors.”

Marnie’s memory (2014): “Anna is forced to spend the summer in a town by the sea, where she befriends a mysterious blonde girl who lives in a nearly abandoned mansion.”

earwig and the witch (2020): “A tenacious girl who grew up in an orphanage discovers she has magical powers after being adopted by a selfish witch.”

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