Hayao Miyazaki's Contribution To Japanese Animations

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In these days, not everyone know who are Hayao Miyazaki and his contributions to Japanese Animations. Actually, he is one of the greatest animation directors in Japan. During his days, he gets international critics from his works which consist of entertaining plots, compelling characters, and breathtaking animation which also makes him a public figure in Japan. Hayao Miyazaki was born in Tokyo, Japan on 5th January 1941. He begins his career as an animator in 1963 at the studio Toei Douga and he also involves in many classics Japanese animation. Even during his early career he has made incredible drawing ability and produced so many ideas for movies. In 1965, he married to his wife Akemi Ota and has 2 children. Hayao Miyazaki has directed so many films and his most recent film animation is ‘Ponyo’ which is produced in 2008.
Ponyo which is initially the title is ‘Gake no Ue no Ponyo’, means “Ponyo on the Cliff” is an animation film that is directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. The main plot for this animation film is there is a gold fish named ‘Ponyo’ who befriend with a five years old human boy named ‘Sosuke’. However, Ponyo wants to become a human girl. This film was released in Japan on
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He likes to have trademarks of his animation. First of all, Hayao Miyazaki has some kind of developing interest in a female characters in almost every movies that he made. He often makes the main character of his movies is a young girl and got to play key roles in the plot. Besides that, his films often seen to have two main characters which is male and female and one of them tends to have a magical powers or has an unusual memory from the past. His movies also have aliases to their main characters such as ‘Princess Mononoke’ or ‘Porco Rosso’ and rarely referred to their real names. This might be strange but his films tend to have a pig or an animal that always gorging on

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