There’s a long-standing urban legend that part of Princess Mononoke is really about leprosy. Now, the film’s creator, Hayao Miyazaki, confirmed that this was no legend. It’s a fact.
Real-Life Princess Mononoke. Yakushima, Japan. By Romell Roberts.
Well, not literally. I mean, these are just cosplayers. Hangin' out, takin' photos. They're not really up to extreme acts of deicide.
This incredible piece of fan art is the work of Tianhua Xu, a concept artist from Chinese studio ChiYan Workshop.
Every day that we get to see Princess Mononoke cosplay is a good day.
Last year's news that Studio Ghibli mastermind and all around amazing person Hayao Miyazaki was retiring hit us all pretty hard here at Kotaku. If you're like us—i.e., still grieving in between bouts of playing Ni No Kuni—then I suggest you feast your eyes on these charming pixellated recreations of iconic moments…
Lush green. Magnificent cedars. Moss-covered rocks. The setting looks like something out of the acclaimed 1997 anime Princess Mononoke. Turns out, it is.
My Neighbor Totoro. Howl's Moving Castle. Princess Mononoke. These aren't only classics, they are stunning. Studio Ghibli is responsible for some of the most loved and best looking films in the past few decades. It's no accident why.
Studio Ghibli revealed that Princess Mononoke is coming to the London stage. Theater company Whole Hog Theatre will be doing a production of the 1997 anime next April at London's New Diorama Theatre.
On the one hand, I'm kind of glad there was never a Princess Mononoke video game. As much as I love the film, a proper game just couldn't really work.