Top 5 Studio Ghibli films Japanese viewers are tired of watching

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These responses prove that when you’re spoiled with the best anime in the world, you really can have too much of a good thing.

It’s a sad day when anime fans start listing off Studio Ghibli films they’ve grown tired of watching. Still, given that Ghibli films air on Japanese television throughout the year, most recently in a weekly “Friday Roadshow” segment, it’s a timely topic that Japanese survey site Sirabee sought to investigate, asking 986 men and women from the ages of 20 to 60, “Which Ghibli movies do you think you’re tired of watching?

Let’s take a look at the top five results below.

5. Castle in the Sky (known as Laputa: Castle in the Sky in Australia and the U.K.) – 89 votes

This 1986 animated adventure film follows a young girl and boy who search for a legendary floating castle whilst protecting a magic crystal from military agents.

【天空の城 ラピュタ】 パズーとシータとロボット兵♡ ✨

ジブリの森♡大好き (@ziburi_daishuki) June 28, 2017

Written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, this was the first film produced and released by Studio Ghibli. It remains popular with television audiences, particularly in recent years when social media users unite at a pivotal moment of the film to