Studio Ghibli Posters

Welcome to our gallery of Studio Ghibli posters! These posters have been put together after scouring the web and online stores for the best selections available.

There are more high end posters printed on canvas, wood, fabric or even metal. Or there are more simple paper posters of various sizes. 

You could go for an “official” movie release poster, with credits and text, either in the original Japanese or the translated English (or indeed another language). For most films there is a range of release advertisment posters.

There is also a lot of “inspired by Ghibli” posters. It is questionable how many of these have actually been licensed to produce this art work. Some very squarely fits into the category of Ghibli “fan art”. But some of these are truely stunning pieces of homilie to work that clearly resonates with artists and more general viewers a like. 

To make all of this a bit easier to navigate, we’ve searched across outlets and arranged what we’ve found by movie catogories, store. They are also generally arranged from higher end to lower end items.

Whether you’re looking to purchase a Studio Ghibli poster, or just want to look through a gallery of some of the stunning art work that is out there, hopefully this helps!

We’ve also got a gallery of Studio Ghibli socks here and generally Japanese posters here. Also check out our Japanese Star Wars Posters here.

If you’re interested in coloring in your own characters try our Japan coloring books page.

My Neighbor Totoro


Probably the cutest and most recognisable character from the Ghibli pantheon is the oh-so-plush Totoro!


Now we’re getting a little more arty and abstract! No text here! 17″ x 13″ (44 cm x 33 cm)




 Loving, artist’s interpretation of our furry hero. 
Canvas 13.78 x 19.69 (35cm x 50cm)

Striking image highlighting the environmental theme that runs through Totoro and Miyazaki’s work. 32″ x 24″ (80 cm x 60 cm)

 Classic movie advertisment style poster with original Japanese title & credits.
24″ x 36″ (61cm x 91.5cm)


Subtle, abstract take on Totoro! Vibrant, bold green, you’ve got to look close to find our fluffy friend. 13″ x 19″ (33 x 48 cm)
A tribute to the father character from Totoro Tatsuo Kusakabe.
 Fandom doesn’t get much more subtle than this.
24″ x 36″ (61 x 91.5cm)
Woodblock, Ikiyo-e style print of Totoro! Stunning.
Various sizes up to huge A1.
Artsy meets minimal kawaii!
Canvas, multiple sizes
For fans of the cat-bus! Beautiful.
Multiple sizes
Totoro wood print in the wind!
Up to A1 size


Artsy Totoro canvas print
Ghibli Totoro opening image on canvas
Soft colors Totoro poster


Totoro with cat bus, umbrella and Japanese text.
60cm x 90cm
Cute and Kawaii to the max 24″ x 35″ 60cm x 90cm
Psychadelic Totoro!
24″ x 35″ 60 x 90cm

Spirited Away


Possibly the most enigmatic and mysterious of Miyazaki Hayao’s works.


Beautiful Oil-Painting style adverstising for Sprited Away with Chinese text. 11″ x 17″ (28 x 43cm)

Sen Meets Kaonashi

Brightly coloured Abura-ya on a sunny day! 24″ x 36″ (61cm x 91.5cm)


In Quasi Ukiyo-E style! 24″ x 36″ (61cm x 91.5cm)

The Abura-ya at dusk! 11″ x 14″

Dark & moody Spirited Away. 24″ x 36″ (61cm x 91.5cm)


Spirited Away Bathhouse illustration printed on a vintage image 0
Aburaya Bathhouse printed on recycled dictionary paper
Spirited Away Bathhouse Japanese Print: Studio Ghibli Poster image 3
The Aburaya bathouse in Ukiyo-e style
Spirited Away Poster/Print/Wall Art Studio Ghibli image 0
Close on the myterious Kaonashi No-Face!

Spirited Away Poster/Print/Wall Art  Studio Ghibli image 1


Chihiru and Haku woodblock print!
Retro Manga Style Spirited Away in Japanese
Luscious Manga style spirited away


Striking kaonashi no-face poster
Ghibli meets Van Gogh!
No Text Spirited Away Painting image

Princess Mononoke


Who said Ghibli can’t get grissly. Posters for Princess Mononoke range from the wild and mildly confronting through to the cutely characatured. Shows how these films mean different things to different people, and work on multiple levels.


Mysterious muted pallet Mononoke

Bold and wild Mononoke Hime

Bold Print English Mononoke


Princess Mononoke San Studio Ghibli and Mt Fuji after snow image 0
Mononoke woodcut style print, complete with Mt. Fuji
Princess Mononoke Alternative Movie Poster Minimalist Yakul image 4
Hipster Mononoke!
Ashitaka and Night Walker from Princess Mononoke  Studio image 0
More Woodcut Mononoke!


Rising sun Mononoke
Dark dark dark Mononoke
Planes of green, gentle Mononoke


Scary Mononoke on canvas
Harsh nature mononoke
Deep red Mononoke

Kiki's Delivery Service



Kiki in full flight!


Kiki's Delivery Service Minimalist Poster Print Ghibli image 0
Kiki with Japanese title in blue palette
Kiki's Delivery Service Print: Studio Ghibli Poster Jiji image 0
Kiki as a Ukiyo-e woodblock print
Kiki's Delivery Service Movie Canvas Poster Living Room image 2
A painter’s view of Kiki


Kiki as a postage stamp!
Red Silhouette Kiki
Art print Kiki

We’ve done a translation and performance of the theme from Laputa Castle in the Sky, along with an analysis of the film here.

If you’re looking to incorporate some of the Japanese style of the homes in Ghibli films you might want to check out article on japanese lights here.

Keep an eye on this page for my Studio Ghibli Posters to come!

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Who is behind this site?

I’m Peter Joseph Head. I lived in Japan for four years as a student at Kyoto City University of the Arts doing a Masters Degree, have toured the country six times playing music and speak Japanese (JLPT N1). I’ve written songs in Japanese and have released several albums through Tokyo label Majikick Records.