Accolades

Tomohiko Iwase and Miho Ichii and Ryôichirô Matsuo and Katabuchi Sunao
Best Animated Film, 2010

Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Maho)

Best Animated Film, 2010

Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Maho)

In 1955 Japan, Shinko, a curious third grade elementary school student lives in a small village with her parents and grandparents where she spends her…

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Films

Mai Mai Miracle
2010

Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Maho)

Japan
2010

Mai Mai Miracle (Mai Mai Shinko to Sennen no Maho)

In 1955 Japan, Shinko, a curious third grade elementary school student lives in a small village with her parents and grandparents where she spends her…

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