Satsuki and Mei’s House

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Satsuki and Mei’s House is located in the Expo Memorial Park.
This facility reproduces the house of Satsuki and Mei, characters in the film “My Neighbor Totoro.” The film was set in 1955 in Japan, and adults who grew up in that time may feel a sense of nostalgia when visiting the house. Please note that staging in the house may change based on the season.

In order to avoid overcrowding, guests are allotted 30-minute timeslots to enter and explore the house.

Tickets can be purchased on the day of your visit, but prior reservations are granted priority, so advanced bookings are advised.
Tickets can be purchased at Loppi terminals located in convenience stores (Lawson, Ministop), or at the facility’s reception desk on the day-of.
Please arrive with your ticket 15 minutes before your designated timeslot.

Basic information on Satsuki and Mei’s House

Satsuki and Mei’s House

Address
1533-1 Ibaragabasama, Nagakute City, Aichi Prefecture (Expo Memorial Park [Morikoro Park])
Access
About 20 minutes by bus from the Expo Memorial Park Station
(The bus stop nearest to Satsuki and Mei’s House is about 20 minutes from the park’s “Global Citizens Exchange Center” bus stop)
Tel
0561-64-1130
Hours
10:00 am - 4:30 pm(Weekdays)9:30 am - 4:30 pm (Weekend and public holidays)
※Last admission 4 pm
Closed
Mondays (Following day if Monday is a holiday)
December 29th 2016 through January 1st
Admission
Adults 510 yen. 4 years of age to junior high school age 250 yen.
URL(Japanese)
http://www.aichi-koen.com/moricoro/shisetsu/satsukitomei/#ticket