Born in Tokyo, 1967.  After graduating Shinshu University’s School of Agriculture in Forest Science, Goro Miyazaki worked as a construction consultant, taking part in landscape planning/design of parks and urban forestry projects.  From 1998, he undertook the overall design of Ghibli Museum, Mitaka, and acted as the Museum’s managing director from 2001 to June 2005.  In 2004, he was awarded the Minister of Education’s Art Encouragement Prize for New Artists in the field of art promotion.  His debut as a director came with the animated feature film Tales from Earthsea (2006)

Accolades

Toshio Suzuki and Gorô Miyazaki
Best Animated Film, 2012

From Up On Poppy Hill (Kokurikozaka Kara)

Best Animated Film, 2012

From Up On Poppy Hill (Kokurikozaka Kara)

Yokohama, 1963. Umi is a high school student living in her family home overlooking the sea. Every morning she hoists two signal flags towards the…

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Films

From Up On Poppy Hill
2012

From Up On Poppy Hill (Kokurikozaka Kara)

Japan
2012

From Up On Poppy Hill (Kokurikozaka Kara)

Yokohama, 1963. Umi is a high school student living in her family home overlooking the sea. Every morning she hoists two signal flags towards the…

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