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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment High School Musical (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.9) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.9) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Borrower Arrietty (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Borrower Arrietty (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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Acclaimed Japanese animation production house Studio Ghibli - co-founded by legendary animation director Miyazaki Hayao - is back with its latest production two years after Ponyo. While Miyazaki co-wrote and produced The Borrower Arrietty, directing duty has been handed this time over to Yonebayashi Hiromasa, who has been working at the studio as an animator since Princess Mononoke. With this film, Yonebayashi became the youngest director of a Studio Ghibli film. Based on The Borrowers by British author Mary Norton, The Borrower Arrietty takes place in a world in which tiny people called Borrowers rely on "borrowing" tiny objects inside the human house they inhibit to maintain their survival. Young actress Shida Mirai (Nobody to Watch Over Me) voices main character Arrietty, a young Borrower who strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young human boy whose kindness unwittingly sends Arrietty on a harrowing adventure. Taking place entirely inside a Japanese countryside home, the filmmakers' attention to literally miniscule details easily makes up for its simple story and its lack of Miyazaki's brand of grand themes. Also featuring the voices of Kirin Kiki, Fujiwara Tetsuya, and Tomokazu Miura, The Borrower Arrietty is the highest-grossing Japanese film at the Japanese box office in 2010, and it's also the winner of the Best Animated Film Grand Prize at the Japan Academy Prize. Beneath our floorboards and inside our walls live a tiny race of people called the Borrowers. Pod (Tomokazu Miura), Homily, and their adventurous daughter Arrietty (Shida Mirai) make up one of the few Borrower families that still exist in the world. One day, young boy Sho moves into the house they reside in and notices Arriety briefly. Despite Pod and Homily's warnings about the danger human beings pose to their kind, Arrietty forms a friendship with Sho. Fascinated by the Borrowers, Sho begins to commit acts of kindness for Arrietty's family, only to raise the attention of housekeeper Haru (Kirin Kiki). Blu-ray Edition includes the film in multiple languages and sets of subtitles. It also comes with: Storyboards Sound Effects Featurette Interview with Miyazaki Hayao Interview with Director Yonebayashi Hiromasa Ghibli Sakuhin no Genryu wo Saguru Tabi, a look at the origins of Studio Ghibli films Music Video Trailers Note: Extras and technical information are subject to change.
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Acclaimed Japanese animation production house Studio Ghibli - co-founded by legendary animation director Miyazaki Hayao - is back with its latest production two years after Ponyo. While Miyazaki co-wrote and produced The Borrower Arrietty, directing duty has been handed this time over to Yonebayashi Hiromasa, who has been working at the studio as an animator since Princess Mononoke. With this film, Yonebayashi became the youngest director of a Studio Ghibli film. Based on The Borrowers by British author Mary Norton, The Borrower Arrietty takes place in a world in which tiny people called Borrowers rely on "borrowing" tiny objects inside the human house they inhibit to maintain their survival. Young actress Shida Mirai (Nobody to Watch Over Me) voices main character Arrietty, a young Borrower who strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young human boy whose kindness unwittingly sends Arrietty on a harrowing adventure. Taking place entirely inside a Japanese countryside home, the filmmakers' attention to literally miniscule details easily makes up for its simple story and its lack of Miyazaki's brand of grand themes. Also featuring the voices of Kirin Kiki, Fujiwara Tetsuya, and Tomokazu Miura, The Borrower Arrietty is the highest-grossing Japanese film at the Japanese box office in 2010, and it's also the winner of the Best Animated Film Grand Prize at the Japan Academy Prize. Beneath our floorboards and inside our walls live a tiny race of people called the Borrowers. Pod (Tomokazu Miura), Homily, and their adventurous daughter Arrietty (Shida Mirai) make up one of the few Borrower families that still exist in the world. One day, young boy Sho moves into the house they reside in and notices Arriety briefly. Despite Pod and Homily's warnings about the danger human beings pose to their kind, Arrietty forms a friendship with Sho. Fascinated by the Borrowers, Sho begins to commit acts of kindness for Arrietty's family, only to raise the attention of housekeeper Haru (Kirin Kiki). Blu-ray Edition includes the film in multiple languages and sets of subtitles. It also comes with: Storyboards Sound Effects Featurette Interview with Miyazaki Hayao Interview with Director Yonebayashi Hiromasa Ghibli Sakuhin no Genryu wo Saguru Tabi, a look at the origins of Studio Ghibli films Music Video Trailers Note: Extras and technical information are subject to change.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Illusionist (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Bolt 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 366.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Bolt 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Meet the Robinsons 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 366.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Meet the Robinsons 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Meet the Robinsons 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Chicken Little 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 366.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Chicken Little 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Howl's Moving Castle (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Howl's Moving Castle (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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A simple young girl called Sophie is put under a curse by the evil Witch Of The Waste, transforming her into an ugly old woman. Ashamed of her appearance, Sophie deserts her hat shop and heads into the hills in search of a cure. She comes across the strange, yet awesome Moving Castle, the abode of the much-feared magician, Howl. Inside the castle, Sophie befriends the fire demon Calcifer, who can see through the spell and offers to help her return to her natural form. For his efforts, however, Sophie must help Calcifer break the contract he has with Howl, the details of which he is forbidden to explain. So Sophie assumes the position of the castle's cleaning lady and gets close to the young, handsome Howl, who takes a fancy to the young Sophie, whom he can also see behind her withered facade. Director Hayao Mayazaki (My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away) has produced another masterpiece from his Studio Ghibli. A beautifully crafted, mostly hand-drawn animated feature, Howl's Moving Castle is the latest in an impressive catalogue of quite simply, some of the best animation ever committed to celluloid. Blu-ray Edition comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages, including English. It includes dubbing script, interview with Pete Docter (director of the English dubbed version of the film), footage from American test screenings, "Lasseter-san, Konichiwa", "Howl no Shiro wa Koushite Ugoita", "The Sounds and Sights of Howl's Moving Castle", and a collection of trailers.
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A simple young girl called Sophie is put under a curse by the evil Witch Of The Waste, transforming her into an ugly old woman. Ashamed of her appearance, Sophie deserts her hat shop and heads into the hills in search of a cure. She comes across the strange, yet awesome Moving Castle, the abode of the much-feared magician, Howl. Inside the castle, Sophie befriends the fire demon Calcifer, who can see through the spell and offers to help her return to her natural form. For his efforts, however, Sophie must help Calcifer break the contract he has with Howl, the details of which he is forbidden to explain. So Sophie assumes the position of the castle's cleaning lady and gets close to the young, handsome Howl, who takes a fancy to the young Sophie, whom he can also see behind her withered facade. Director Hayao Mayazaki (My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away) has produced another masterpiece from his Studio Ghibli. A beautifully crafted, mostly hand-drawn animated feature, Howl's Moving Castle is the latest in an impressive catalogue of quite simply, some of the best animation ever committed to celluloid. Blu-ray Edition comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages, including English. It includes dubbing script, interview with Pete Docter (director of the English dubbed version of the film), footage from American test screenings, "Lasseter-san, Konichiwa", "Howl no Shiro wa Koushite Ugoita", "The Sounds and Sights of Howl's Moving Castle", and a collection of trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Repackaged) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Repackaged) (Japan Version)
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Repackaged Version comes in a newly created package that is consistent with the packaging style of the Ghibli Collection Blu-rays. Blu-ray Edition of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages. The North American version of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (English Audio with Japanese Subtitles) is included as a bonus feature. Miyazaki Hayao's 2008 animated masterpiece Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea finally comes to Blu-ray! As with any Miyazaki film, this magical tale of a young goldfish who yearns to become a human girl is not only a movie, but an event in Asia. Released theatrically in Japan in July 2008, the auteur's ninth Studio Ghibli film took the local box office by storm, grossing over 15 billion yen to become the highest-grossing film of the year by a large margin. It is also the first Japanese film to pass the 10 billion yen mark since Miyazaki's previous Howl's Moving Castle. Pointedly sticking to traditional animation in the age of CG, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea is completely hand-drawn to fine detail, from magnificent rippling waves to magical underwater creatures to Ponyo's every gesture. Dotted with the strong environmental themes and fantastical leaps of imagination signature to Miyazaki's works, the film turns an endearing pint-sized love story into a visually and emotionally enchanting experience of grand proportions. A heartwarming family feature for all ages, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea inspires the kind of wide-eyed wonder only possible in a Ghibli film. Five-year-old boy Sosuke lives on a cliff by the sea with his headstrong mother, Lisa. One day he rescues a curious-looking fish from the sea, and names her Ponyo. Sosuke vows to love and protect Ponyo forever, but little does he know, his new pet is no ordinary fish. Ponyo is actually the runaway daughter of an eccentric sea wizard who soon comes to retrieve her. Enchanted by her first taste of the world above water, Ponyo determinedly steals her father's potions to become a human girl, and happily returns to Sosuke on the tails of a terrific storm. Her little escapade, however, releases a great destabilizing magical force into the world. When Sosuke and Ponyo wake up the next morning, they find their town is completely submerged underwater. This release includes the following special features: Storyboard Theatrical Trailers (2 Types) TV Spots (11 Types) Tie-in TV Spots (3 Types) Nitterechin Spots (2 Types) Non-credit Ending (Long Version) Theme Song Release Press Conference Dubbing Session Footage Premiere Interview with Miyazaki Hayao Producer Suzuki Toshio x NTV Editor Tsuchiya Toshio Discussion NEWS ZERO Ponyo Spin-off Segment Miyazaki Hayao Quotations Venice Film Festival Footage Theme Song Music Video Korea Version Theme Song Music Video
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Repackaged Version comes in a newly created package that is consistent with the packaging style of the Ghibli Collection Blu-rays. Blu-ray Edition of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages. The North American version of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (English Audio with Japanese Subtitles) is included as a bonus feature. Miyazaki Hayao's 2008 animated masterpiece Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea finally comes to Blu-ray! As with any Miyazaki film, this magical tale of a young goldfish who yearns to become a human girl is not only a movie, but an event in Asia. Released theatrically in Japan in July 2008, the auteur's ninth Studio Ghibli film took the local box office by storm, grossing over 15 billion yen to become the highest-grossing film of the year by a large margin. It is also the first Japanese film to pass the 10 billion yen mark since Miyazaki's previous Howl's Moving Castle. Pointedly sticking to traditional animation in the age of CG, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea is completely hand-drawn to fine detail, from magnificent rippling waves to magical underwater creatures to Ponyo's every gesture. Dotted with the strong environmental themes and fantastical leaps of imagination signature to Miyazaki's works, the film turns an endearing pint-sized love story into a visually and emotionally enchanting experience of grand proportions. A heartwarming family feature for all ages, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea inspires the kind of wide-eyed wonder only possible in a Ghibli film. Five-year-old boy Sosuke lives on a cliff by the sea with his headstrong mother, Lisa. One day he rescues a curious-looking fish from the sea, and names her Ponyo. Sosuke vows to love and protect Ponyo forever, but little does he know, his new pet is no ordinary fish. Ponyo is actually the runaway daughter of an eccentric sea wizard who soon comes to retrieve her. Enchanted by her first taste of the world above water, Ponyo determinedly steals her father's potions to become a human girl, and happily returns to Sosuke on the tails of a terrific storm. Her little escapade, however, releases a great destabilizing magical force into the world. When Sosuke and Ponyo wake up the next morning, they find their town is completely submerged underwater. This release includes the following special features: Storyboard Theatrical Trailers (2 Types) TV Spots (11 Types) Tie-in TV Spots (3 Types) Nitterechin Spots (2 Types) Non-credit Ending (Long Version) Theme Song Release Press Conference Dubbing Session Footage Premiere Interview with Miyazaki Hayao Producer Suzuki Toshio x NTV Editor Tsuchiya Toshio Discussion NEWS ZERO Ponyo Spin-off Segment Miyazaki Hayao Quotations Venice Film Festival Footage Theme Song Music Video Korea Version Theme Song Music Video
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.1) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment High School Musical 2 (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) at 193.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment My Neighbors the Yamadas (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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While Miyazaki Hayao is the undisputed master of grand, sweeping animated epics, Studio Ghibli co-founder Takahata Isao excels in sensitive storytelling and delicately capturing human emotions and experiences. In films like Grave of the Fireflies, Pom Poko, and Only Yesterday, the acclaimed director shows his ability to express a range of sentiments and experiences, and astutely portray the bittersweet changes of life. In his films, one can always find a sense of quiet sincerity and social responsibility. His 1999 work My Neighbors the Yamadas, his last feature film to date, is the simplest, and perhaps most charming, offering to come from Studio Ghibli. Based on Ishii Hisaichi's comic strip Nono-chan, the film details a series of amusing episodes in the lives of the quirky, yet normal Yamada family. Cooking curry again, getting lost at the mall, studying for exams, gossiping at a restaurant, visiting the hospital, conversations, arguments, memories - the film winkingly and meanderingly observes the daily goings of the family, with a gentle touch of humor and humanity. Retaining the comic's aesthetic, the animation is rendered in simple strokes and bathed in soft colors, with back-to-the-basics line drawings that are mischievously expressive. My Neighbors the Yamadas offers a completely different visual experience than other Studio Ghibli films, while retaining that same Ghibli magic. Blu-ray Edition comes with a 45-minute documentary originally made for Nippon Television, storyboards, dubbing script, and promotion video. In addition to the original Japanese soundtrack, the Blu-ray also includes the English, German, Korean, and Mandarin dubs of the film.
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While Miyazaki Hayao is the undisputed master of grand, sweeping animated epics, Studio Ghibli co-founder Takahata Isao excels in sensitive storytelling and delicately capturing human emotions and experiences. In films like Grave of the Fireflies, Pom Poko, and Only Yesterday, the acclaimed director shows his ability to express a range of sentiments and experiences, and astutely portray the bittersweet changes of life. In his films, one can always find a sense of quiet sincerity and social responsibility. His 1999 work My Neighbors the Yamadas, his last feature film to date, is the simplest, and perhaps most charming, offering to come from Studio Ghibli. Based on Ishii Hisaichi's comic strip Nono-chan, the film details a series of amusing episodes in the lives of the quirky, yet normal Yamada family. Cooking curry again, getting lost at the mall, studying for exams, gossiping at a restaurant, visiting the hospital, conversations, arguments, memories - the film winkingly and meanderingly observes the daily goings of the family, with a gentle touch of humor and humanity. Retaining the comic's aesthetic, the animation is rendered in simple strokes and bathed in soft colors, with back-to-the-basics line drawings that are mischievously expressive. My Neighbors the Yamadas offers a completely different visual experience than other Studio Ghibli films, while retaining that same Ghibli magic. Blu-ray Edition comes with a 45-minute documentary originally made for Nippon Television, storyboards, dubbing script, and promotion video. In addition to the original Japanese soundtrack, the Blu-ray also includes the English, German, Korean, and Mandarin dubs of the film.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.4) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.5) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Shaun the Sheep 2 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Akage no Anne (Anne of Green Gables) - Theatrical Edition: Green Gables e no Michi (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Akage no Anne (Anne of Green Gables) - Theatrical Edition: Green Gables e no Michi (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Dumbo (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.6) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Shaun the Sheep (Series 2) (Vol.1) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.7) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Shaun the Sheep (Series 2) (Vol.2) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Lady And The Tramp - Diamond Collection (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment From Up on Poppy Hill (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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After his ambitious directorial debut, Miyazaki Goro goes back to basic with Studio Ghibli's From Up On Poppy Hill, his first collaboration with his father Miyazaki Hayao, who co-wrote the script. More similar to Whisper of the Heart than Tales of Earthsea, Poppy Hill is a simple schoolyard romance based on a manga by Sayama Tetsuro. Popular young actress Nagasawa Masami (I Wish) provides the voice for the film's heroine Umi, while V6's Okada Junichi plays her romantic interest Shun. In addition to being a sweet love story, Poppy Hill is also about preserving memories in the face of modernity. Despite the production being disrupted by the March 11 disasters, the Miyazakis kept their promise and released the film on time in cinemas, providing much-needed lighthearted entertainment for Japanese audiences. Poppy Hill eventually became the highest-grossing Japanese film of 2011, and it won the Animation of the Year award at the 35th Japan Academy Prize. 1960s, Yokohama. 17-year-old Umi (Nagasawa Masami) lives in a house on a hilltop next to the sea with her grandmother and other boarders. Everyday, she raises a signal flag for passing ships, and schoolmate Shun (Okada Junichi) notices the flag every morning from his father's tugboat. The two eventually meet in school at a protest rally to protect the old Quarter Latin building, which houses all the interest clubs. Umi ends up joining the cause, getting other female students to help Shun and the other students clean up the building. In the process, Umi and Shun develop feelings for each other. However, Umi discovers a shocking secret from the past that threatens to drive them apart. This edition includes storyboards, the film's dubbing script, music video, stage events, and trailers.
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After his ambitious directorial debut, Miyazaki Goro goes back to basic with Studio Ghibli's From Up On Poppy Hill, his first collaboration with his father Miyazaki Hayao, who co-wrote the script. More similar to Whisper of the Heart than Tales of Earthsea, Poppy Hill is a simple schoolyard romance based on a manga by Sayama Tetsuro. Popular young actress Nagasawa Masami (I Wish) provides the voice for the film's heroine Umi, while V6's Okada Junichi plays her romantic interest Shun. In addition to being a sweet love story, Poppy Hill is also about preserving memories in the face of modernity. Despite the production being disrupted by the March 11 disasters, the Miyazakis kept their promise and released the film on time in cinemas, providing much-needed lighthearted entertainment for Japanese audiences. Poppy Hill eventually became the highest-grossing Japanese film of 2011, and it won the Animation of the Year award at the 35th Japan Academy Prize. 1960s, Yokohama. 17-year-old Umi (Nagasawa Masami) lives in a house on a hilltop next to the sea with her grandmother and other boarders. Everyday, she raises a signal flag for passing ships, and schoolmate Shun (Okada Junichi) notices the flag every morning from his father's tugboat. The two eventually meet in school at a protest rally to protect the old Quarter Latin building, which houses all the interest clubs. Umi ends up joining the cause, getting other female students to help Shun and the other students clean up the building. In the process, Umi and Shun develop feelings for each other. However, Umi discovers a shocking secret from the past that threatens to drive them apart. This edition includes storyboards, the film's dubbing script, music video, stage events, and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Phineas and Ferb - The Movie (Blu-ray + DVD Set) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 304.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Aristocats (Blu-ray) (Special Edition) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Tombstone of Fireflies (1988) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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From the studio that brought us Kiki's Delivery Service and Spirited Away comes the classic anime, Grave of the Fireflies. Set in post-war Japan, only a few weeks before the American occupation, director Isao Takahata's powerful anti-war masterpiece centers on the lives of two brave siblings, a fourteen year old boy named Seita and his four year old sister, Setsuko. With their father away serving in the imperial navy and their mother tragically killed in an air raid, the two children are forced to stay with their aunt, a cruel woman who proves to be a poor caregiver for the two children. After quarreling with their aunt, the two siblings leave the city and venture out on their own, eventually taking up residence in a cave-turned-abandoned bomb shelter. With no adults to turn to, the youngsters must depend solely on each other to survive. But it isn't long before their resources are exhausted, and Seita is forced into stealing so he can feed the starving Setsuko. And sadly, it seems his little sister is getting weaker by the moment. These dark times are illuminated only by the light of the fireflies. Based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Akiyuki Nosaka, this Studio Ghibli-produced film has been universally hailed as a classic since its 1988 release. The emotionally charged motion picture highlights the suffering endured by the innocent victims of war, a stunning portrayal that has resonated with audiences worldwide. Ultimately, Grave of the Fireflies is an unforgettable film, sure to bring even the most jaded audience to tears with its poignant tale of the horrors of war, and the children left behind in its wake. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards, dubbing script, interview with director Takahata Isao, interview with film critic Roger Ebert, audio interviews, audio documentary, stills gallery, and trailers.
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From the studio that brought us Kiki's Delivery Service and Spirited Away comes the classic anime, Grave of the Fireflies. Set in post-war Japan, only a few weeks before the American occupation, director Isao Takahata's powerful anti-war masterpiece centers on the lives of two brave siblings, a fourteen year old boy named Seita and his four year old sister, Setsuko. With their father away serving in the imperial navy and their mother tragically killed in an air raid, the two children are forced to stay with their aunt, a cruel woman who proves to be a poor caregiver for the two children. After quarreling with their aunt, the two siblings leave the city and venture out on their own, eventually taking up residence in a cave-turned-abandoned bomb shelter. With no adults to turn to, the youngsters must depend solely on each other to survive. But it isn't long before their resources are exhausted, and Seita is forced into stealing so he can feed the starving Setsuko. And sadly, it seems his little sister is getting weaker by the moment. These dark times are illuminated only by the light of the fireflies. Based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Akiyuki Nosaka, this Studio Ghibli-produced film has been universally hailed as a classic since its 1988 release. The emotionally charged motion picture highlights the suffering endured by the innocent victims of war, a stunning portrayal that has resonated with audiences worldwide. Ultimately, Grave of the Fireflies is an unforgettable film, sure to bring even the most jaded audience to tears with its poignant tale of the horrors of war, and the children left behind in its wake. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards, dubbing script, interview with director Takahata Isao, interview with film critic Roger Ebert, audio interviews, audio documentary, stills gallery, and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Pocahontas & Pocahontas II - 2 Movie Collection (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Winnie the Pooh (2011) (Blu-ray + DVD Set) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 304.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Winnie the Pooh (2011) (Blu-ray + DVD Set) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ponyo Was Produced Like This - Hayao Miyazaki's Thinking Process (Making) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 808.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ponyo Was Produced Like This - Hayao Miyazaki's Thinking Process (Making) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Find out how Miyazaki Hayao's animated masterpiece Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea came to be in the making-of documentary Ponyo Was Produced Like This - Hayao Miyazaki's Thinking Process. Clocking in at over 12 hours, this comprehensive documentary captures in over two years' time the preparation, creation, and completion of Ponyo, offering a fascinating account of animation production and exciting behind-the-scenes footage for anime and Studio Ghibli buffs. The release also includes a discussion between Miyazaki and NHK director Arakawa.
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Find out how Miyazaki Hayao's animated masterpiece Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea came to be in the making-of documentary Ponyo Was Produced Like This - Hayao Miyazaki's Thinking Process. Clocking in at over 12 hours, this comprehensive documentary captures in over two years' time the preparation, creation, and completion of Ponyo, offering a fascinating account of animation production and exciting behind-the-scenes footage for anime and Studio Ghibli buffs. The release also includes a discussion between Miyazaki and NHK director Arakawa.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Porco Rosso (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 508.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Originally planned as a short film for Japan Airlines, fantasy wartime adventure Porco Rosso eventually became a feature film at the hands of Japanese animation master Miyazaki Hayao. Set in Fascist-ruled Italy in between the two World Wars, Porco Rosso traces a World War I veteran fighter pilot (who happens to look like a pig) and his battles against pirates, the secret police and romantic rivals. Designed as "a manga film for middle-aged men whose brains have been worn out," Porco Rosso has just the right balance of action, comedy and even a dash of romance. The film even broke the box office record Miyazaki had set earlier with Kiki's Delivery Service, becoming the highest grossing theatrical animated film release at the time. Porco Rosso is a World War I veteran fighter pilot who now flies around the Adriatic Sea as a bounty hunter. When he's not flying on missions, Porco spends his time at the Hotel Adriano, run by good friend Gina. When American pilot Curtis arrives in the area to work for the pirates, he falls in love with Gina, who is obviously in love with Porco. Out of jealousy, Curtis shoots Porco's plane down. Porco manages to drag his damaged plane to Milan for repairs and meets Fio, his mechanic's granddaughter. After Fio proves herself to be a great mechanic and even offers to help Porco escape from the secret police. However, the pilot returns to discover that the pirates are now working for the Fascist government. Curtis also discovers that Porco is still alive and challenges him to a final duel for Gina. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, producer interview and trailers.
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Originally planned as a short film for Japan Airlines, fantasy wartime adventure Porco Rosso eventually became a feature film at the hands of Japanese animation master Miyazaki Hayao. Set in Fascist-ruled Italy in between the two World Wars, Porco Rosso traces a World War I veteran fighter pilot (who happens to look like a pig) and his battles against pirates, the secret police and romantic rivals. Designed as "a manga film for middle-aged men whose brains have been worn out," Porco Rosso has just the right balance of action, comedy and even a dash of romance. The film even broke the box office record Miyazaki had set earlier with Kiki's Delivery Service, becoming the highest grossing theatrical animated film release at the time. Porco Rosso is a World War I veteran fighter pilot who now flies around the Adriatic Sea as a bounty hunter. When he's not flying on missions, Porco spends his time at the Hotel Adriano, run by good friend Gina. When American pilot Curtis arrives in the area to work for the pirates, he falls in love with Gina, who is obviously in love with Porco. Out of jealousy, Curtis shoots Porco's plane down. Porco manages to drag his damaged plane to Milan for repairs and meets Fio, his mechanic's granddaughter. After Fio proves herself to be a great mechanic and even offers to help Porco escape from the secret police. However, the pilot returns to discover that the pirates are now working for the Fascist government. Curtis also discovers that Porco is still alive and challenges him to a final duel for Gina. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, producer interview and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment High School Musical 2 (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Fantasia Diamond Collection (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Fantasia Diamond Collection (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Fantasia Diamond Collection & Fantasia 2000 Blu-ray Set (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 444.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Fantasia Diamond Collection & Fantasia 2000 Blu-ray Set (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment James And The Giant Peach (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 193.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Mars Needs Moms 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 366.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D Set (3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 366.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Disney's Christmas Carol (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 193.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Lady and the Tramp (Diamond Collection) & Lady and the Tramp 2 - Scamp's Adventure (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 444.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Lady and the Tramp (Diamond Collection) & Lady and the Tramp 2 - Scamp's Adventure (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Secret World of Arrietty (Blu-ray) (North America Cut) (English Audio) (Japan Version) at 751.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Acclaimed Japanese animation production house Studio Ghibli - co-founded by legendary animation director Miyazaki Hayao - is back with its latest production two years after Ponyo. While Miyazaki co-wrote and produced The Borrower Arrietty, directing duty has been handed this time over to Yonebayashi Hiromasa, who has been working at the studio as an animator since Princess Mononoke. With this film, Yonebayashi became the youngest director of a Studio Ghibli film. Based on The Borrowers by British author Mary Norton, The Borrower Arrietty takes place in a world in which tiny people called Borrowers rely on "borrowing" tiny objects inside the human house they inhibit to maintain their survival. Young actress Shida Mirai (Nobody to Watch Over Me) voices main character Arrietty, a young Borrower who strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young human boy whose kindness unwittingly sends Arrietty on a harrowing adventure. Taking place entirely inside a Japanese countryside home, the filmmakers' attention to literally miniscule details easily makes up for its simple story and its lack of Miyazaki's brand of grand themes. Also featuring the voices of Kirin Kiki, Fujiwara Tetsuya, and Tomokazu Miura, The Borrower Arrietty is the highest-grossing Japanese film at the Japanese box office in 2010, and it's also the winner of the Best Animated Film Grand Prize at the Japan Academy Prize. Beneath our floorboards and inside our walls live a tiny race of people called the Borrowers. Pod (Tomokazu Miura), Homily, and their adventurous daughter Arrietty (Shida Mirai) make up one of the few Borrower families that still exist in the world. One day, young boy Sho moves into the house they reside in and notices Arriety briefly. Despite Pod and Homily's warnings about the danger human beings pose to their kind, Arrietty forms a friendship with Sho. Fascinated by the Borrowers, Sho begins to commit acts of kindness for Arrietty's family, only to raise the attention of housekeeper Haru (Kirin Kiki).
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Acclaimed Japanese animation production house Studio Ghibli - co-founded by legendary animation director Miyazaki Hayao - is back with its latest production two years after Ponyo. While Miyazaki co-wrote and produced The Borrower Arrietty, directing duty has been handed this time over to Yonebayashi Hiromasa, who has been working at the studio as an animator since Princess Mononoke. With this film, Yonebayashi became the youngest director of a Studio Ghibli film. Based on The Borrowers by British author Mary Norton, The Borrower Arrietty takes place in a world in which tiny people called Borrowers rely on "borrowing" tiny objects inside the human house they inhibit to maintain their survival. Young actress Shida Mirai (Nobody to Watch Over Me) voices main character Arrietty, a young Borrower who strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young human boy whose kindness unwittingly sends Arrietty on a harrowing adventure. Taking place entirely inside a Japanese countryside home, the filmmakers' attention to literally miniscule details easily makes up for its simple story and its lack of Miyazaki's brand of grand themes. Also featuring the voices of Kirin Kiki, Fujiwara Tetsuya, and Tomokazu Miura, The Borrower Arrietty is the highest-grossing Japanese film at the Japanese box office in 2010, and it's also the winner of the Best Animated Film Grand Prize at the Japan Academy Prize. Beneath our floorboards and inside our walls live a tiny race of people called the Borrowers. Pod (Tomokazu Miura), Homily, and their adventurous daughter Arrietty (Shida Mirai) make up one of the few Borrower families that still exist in the world. One day, young boy Sho moves into the house they reside in and notices Arriety briefly. Despite Pod and Homily's warnings about the danger human beings pose to their kind, Arrietty forms a friendship with Sho. Fascinated by the Borrowers, Sho begins to commit acts of kindness for Arrietty's family, only to raise the attention of housekeeper Haru (Kirin Kiki).
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Pocahontas (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment My Neighbor Totoro (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment My Neighbor Totoro (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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Return to a simpler time with Miyazaki Hayao's My Neighbor Totoro, an enchanting fantasy from the legendary Studio Ghibli. The animated classic tells the story of two sisters who discover a furry, bear-like animal and his hidden world of fantastic creatures in a forest near their new home. Despite a down-to-earth story told with simple, traditional animation techniques, Totoro has captivated the imagination of audiences for generations with its adorable characters and a genuine charm that will move viewers of all ages. Since its release in 1988, Totoro has become Studio Ghibli's most iconic work (the creature is now on the studio's logo), and it has also been called as one of the greatest animated films ever made. A university professor moves to a house in the woods with his daughters Satsuki and Mei in order to be closer to his wife, who is recovering from a long-term illness in a hospital. While exploring the area around their new home, the girls discover a gray bear-like creature that they name Totoro. Eventually, the girls become friends with Totoro and discover a magical world hidden deep in the forest. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (picture-in-picture), dubbing script, the credit-less version of the opening/ending sequences, and trailers.
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Return to a simpler time with Miyazaki Hayao's My Neighbor Totoro, an enchanting fantasy from the legendary Studio Ghibli. The animated classic tells the story of two sisters who discover a furry, bear-like animal and his hidden world of fantastic creatures in a forest near their new home. Despite a down-to-earth story told with simple, traditional animation techniques, Totoro has captivated the imagination of audiences for generations with its adorable characters and a genuine charm that will move viewers of all ages. Since its release in 1988, Totoro has become Studio Ghibli's most iconic work (the creature is now on the studio's logo), and it has also been called as one of the greatest animated films ever made. A university professor moves to a house in the woods with his daughters Satsuki and Mei in order to be closer to his wife, who is recovering from a long-term illness in a hospital. While exploring the area around their new home, the girls discover a gray bear-like creature that they name Totoro. Eventually, the girls become friends with Totoro and discover a magical world hidden deep in the forest. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (picture-in-picture), dubbing script, the credit-less version of the opening/ending sequences, and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Kiki's Delivery Service (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 508.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Renowned animation house Studio Ghibli and director Miyazaki Hayao offer a different kind of coming-of-age tale with Kiki's Delivery Service. Based on the children's book by Kadono Eiko, Miyazaki's much-beloved youth romance follows the journey of a 13-year-old witch-in-training who goes to the big city and becomes an entrepreneur by starting her own delivery service. While the story is pure fantasy, Kiki's Delivery Service is an enchanting, but down-to-earth tale about finding confidence in yourself and the magic of young love. After winning multiple awards in Japan, Kiki's also set a new record for the highest-grossing animated theatrical release in Japanese cinema history - until Miyazaki beat his own record three years later with Porco Rosso. When a witch reaches 13 years old, she must go off and live alone for a year. For her training, Kiki takes off to the port city Koriko with her best friend, a black cat named Jiji. After a difficult start, Kiki manages to make friends and even start a delivery service that takes advantage of her flying abilities. She is also pursued by Tombo, a teenager who is an aviation enthusiast and intrigued by Kiki's powers. One day, in the biggest crisis of her young life, Kiki suddenly loses her flying powers and the ability to talk to Jiji. Will Kiki be able to get her powers back? Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, the video clip "Ursula no e", a picture label, and trailers.
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Renowned animation house Studio Ghibli and director Miyazaki Hayao offer a different kind of coming-of-age tale with Kiki's Delivery Service. Based on the children's book by Kadono Eiko, Miyazaki's much-beloved youth romance follows the journey of a 13-year-old witch-in-training who goes to the big city and becomes an entrepreneur by starting her own delivery service. While the story is pure fantasy, Kiki's Delivery Service is an enchanting, but down-to-earth tale about finding confidence in yourself and the magic of young love. After winning multiple awards in Japan, Kiki's also set a new record for the highest-grossing animated theatrical release in Japanese cinema history - until Miyazaki beat his own record three years later with Porco Rosso. When a witch reaches 13 years old, she must go off and live alone for a year. For her training, Kiki takes off to the port city Koriko with her best friend, a black cat named Jiji. After a difficult start, Kiki manages to make friends and even start a delivery service that takes advantage of her flying abilities. She is also pursued by Tombo, a teenager who is an aviation enthusiast and intrigued by Kiki's powers. One day, in the biggest crisis of her young life, Kiki suddenly loses her flying powers and the ability to talk to Jiji. Will Kiki be able to get her powers back? Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, the video clip "Ursula no e", a picture label, and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Only Yesterday (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 508.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Only Yesterday (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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In direct contrast with the fantastic adventures created by Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki Hayao, director Takahata Isao uses the animation platform to tell more down-to-earth stories that challenged traditional animation conventions. 1991's Only Yesterday is one of these films. Partly based on the manga by Okamoto Hotaru and Tone Yuko, the drama chronicles an urban woman's literal journey to the countryside away from her troubles in the city, as well as her mental journey back to her carefree childhood days, when things were far simpler. To ensure the animation reflect the realistic style of the story, Only Yesterday was one of the first Japanese animated films to break tradition and have animators draw according to the actors' voice performances. 27-year-old Taeko has lived in Tokyo her whole life. After experiencing the daily grind as a company employee, she decides to go to Yamagata to visit her sister-in-laws to get away from city life. Along the way, Taeko begins to reflect on her life as child, when her biggest worry was being able to go on holidays like her classmates. While her time in Yamagata makes her rethink the priorities in her adult life, she also remembers other childhood events like first love and worrying about her grades. In the process, Taeko begins to wonder whether she had been on the right path all these years Blu-ray Edition includes making of, storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, picture label, and trailers.
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In direct contrast with the fantastic adventures created by Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki Hayao, director Takahata Isao uses the animation platform to tell more down-to-earth stories that challenged traditional animation conventions. 1991's Only Yesterday is one of these films. Partly based on the manga by Okamoto Hotaru and Tone Yuko, the drama chronicles an urban woman's literal journey to the countryside away from her troubles in the city, as well as her mental journey back to her carefree childhood days, when things were far simpler. To ensure the animation reflect the realistic style of the story, Only Yesterday was one of the first Japanese animated films to break tradition and have animators draw according to the actors' voice performances. 27-year-old Taeko has lived in Tokyo her whole life. After experiencing the daily grind as a company employee, she decides to go to Yamagata to visit her sister-in-laws to get away from city life. Along the way, Taeko begins to reflect on her life as child, when her biggest worry was being able to go on holidays like her classmates. While her time in Yamagata makes her rethink the priorities in her adult life, she also remembers other childhood events like first love and worrying about her grades. In the process, Taeko begins to wonder whether she had been on the right path all these years Blu-ray Edition includes making of, storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, picture label, and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment High School Musical (Encore Edition) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 193.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (Blu-ray) (Absolute Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Writer-director Oshii Mamoru returns to the complex cyber world of his revolutionary 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell with the visually astounding Innocence. This sequel to the anime classic takes us to the year 2032, and a world where human beings live side-by-side with highly intelligent cyborgs. Part-man, mostly-machine detective Batou is assigned to investigate a series of murders committed by "gynoids", humanoid pet machines created for pleasure. But during his investigations, he makes some startling discoveries, including ones concerning his former partner, Major Kusanagi Motoko.
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Writer-director Oshii Mamoru returns to the complex cyber world of his revolutionary 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell with the visually astounding Innocence. This sequel to the anime classic takes us to the year 2032, and a world where human beings live side-by-side with highly intelligent cyborgs. Part-man, mostly-machine detective Batou is assigned to investigate a series of murders committed by "gynoids", humanoid pet machines created for pleasure. But during his investigations, he makes some startling discoveries, including ones concerning his former partner, Major Kusanagi Motoko.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Princess Mononoke (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 508.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Princess Mononoke (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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From the wildly imaginative mind of Miyazaki Hayao and Studio Ghibli, Princess Mononoke is a grand fantasy epic about the eternal war between human and nature. Miyazaki began drawing conceptual sketches for the film as early as the late 1970's, creating a complex and visually breathtaking world in which human and various creatures living in nature co-exist in a precarious balance that can tip over at any moment. Set around 15th century Japan, Mononoke follows a young man who sets out to cure a curse put on his arm after defeating a scorned boar god-turned-demon and a girl who was raised in the wild by wolves known as Princess Mononoke. Hugely popular at the time of its release, Princess Mononoke was the first animated film to win Best Picture at the Japan Academy Prize and remains one of the highest grossing Japanese films of all time. It is also considered one of the greatest films made by Japan's premier animation studio. Set during the Muromachi Period (1333-1568) of Japan, Princess Mononoke is a story about a mystic fight between the Animal Gods of the forest and humans. On the side of the Animal Gods is San (Mononoke Hime), a human girl raised by the wolf god Moro. On the side of the humans is Lady Eboshi, building a kingdom for oppressed people by cutting down the forest for her iron-making operation. In the middle of this fierce fighting for survival, Ashitaka, an Emishi boy, struggles to find a way for both sides to co-exist. But the fighting just becomes more and more bloody and all hope seems to be lost... Blu-ray edition features a brand-new 2k high definition print of the film made from a newly created 4k master print. It includes storyboards, dubbing script, "Princess Mononoke in USA" and trailers.
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From the wildly imaginative mind of Miyazaki Hayao and Studio Ghibli, Princess Mononoke is a grand fantasy epic about the eternal war between human and nature. Miyazaki began drawing conceptual sketches for the film as early as the late 1970's, creating a complex and visually breathtaking world in which human and various creatures living in nature co-exist in a precarious balance that can tip over at any moment. Set around 15th century Japan, Mononoke follows a young man who sets out to cure a curse put on his arm after defeating a scorned boar god-turned-demon and a girl who was raised in the wild by wolves known as Princess Mononoke. Hugely popular at the time of its release, Princess Mononoke was the first animated film to win Best Picture at the Japan Academy Prize and remains one of the highest grossing Japanese films of all time. It is also considered one of the greatest films made by Japan's premier animation studio. Set during the Muromachi Period (1333-1568) of Japan, Princess Mononoke is a story about a mystic fight between the Animal Gods of the forest and humans. On the side of the Animal Gods is San (Mononoke Hime), a human girl raised by the wolf god Moro. On the side of the humans is Lady Eboshi, building a kingdom for oppressed people by cutting down the forest for her iron-making operation. In the middle of this fierce fighting for survival, Ashitaka, an Emishi boy, struggles to find a way for both sides to co-exist. But the fighting just becomes more and more bloody and all hope seems to be lost... Blu-ray edition features a brand-new 2k high definition print of the film made from a newly created 4k master print. It includes storyboards, dubbing script, "Princess Mononoke in USA" and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment The Cat Returns / Ghiblies Episode 2 (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 508.00 HKD from YesAsia
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While the majority of Studio Ghibli's films are directed by Miyazaki Hayao and Takahata Isao, there have been exceptions over the years, including the 2002 feature The Cat Returns. Directed by Morita Hiroyuki who was previously a key animator on My Neighbors the Yamadas, The Cat Returns is a follow-up to late director Kondo Yoshifume's 1995 Ghibli feature Whisper of the Heart. In Whisper of the Heart, the young protagonist and aspiring writer toiled over a fantasy story about a schoolgirl and a dapper feline named Baron. Seven years later, her story turned into the brightly animated and wistfully told coming-of-age fantasy The Cat Returns. Though The Cat Returns is not at the same level as Miyazaki and Takahata's works, even a minor Studio Ghibli release is heads and shoulders above the competition. Shy high school student Haru has long had the uncanny ability to communicate with cats. One day, she rescues a strange cat from oncoming traffic. But the cat turns out to be no ordinary feline. He is actually Prince of the Cat Kingdom and to repay Haru's kindness, he offers to take her hand in marriage! To clear up the mix-up, Haru travels to the Cat Kingdom with the help of Baron. But once she steps into the land of the cats, she discovers that she herself is gradually turning into a cat! This version also features the bonus short film Ghiblies Episode 2. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards, dubbing script, making of and trailers.
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While the majority of Studio Ghibli's films are directed by Miyazaki Hayao and Takahata Isao, there have been exceptions over the years, including the 2002 feature The Cat Returns. Directed by Morita Hiroyuki who was previously a key animator on My Neighbors the Yamadas, The Cat Returns is a follow-up to late director Kondo Yoshifume's 1995 Ghibli feature Whisper of the Heart. In Whisper of the Heart, the young protagonist and aspiring writer toiled over a fantasy story about a schoolgirl and a dapper feline named Baron. Seven years later, her story turned into the brightly animated and wistfully told coming-of-age fantasy The Cat Returns. Though The Cat Returns is not at the same level as Miyazaki and Takahata's works, even a minor Studio Ghibli release is heads and shoulders above the competition. Shy high school student Haru has long had the uncanny ability to communicate with cats. One day, she rescues a strange cat from oncoming traffic. But the cat turns out to be no ordinary feline. He is actually Prince of the Cat Kingdom and to repay Haru's kindness, he offers to take her hand in marriage! To clear up the mix-up, Haru travels to the Cat Kingdom with the help of Baron. But once she steps into the land of the cats, she discovers that she herself is gradually turning into a cat! This version also features the bonus short film Ghiblies Episode 2. Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards, dubbing script, making of and trailers.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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The second Ghibli film to come to Blu-ray disc, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages including English. The Blu-ray Edition also includes a mini Nausicaa guidebook (9cm x 6.5cm) and the following special features: Storyboard Script Trailers Audio Commentary (Anno Hideaki x Katayama Kazuyoshi) Anno Hideaki & Suzuki Toshio Discussion from December 2009 A monumental achievement in the world of Japanese animation, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is considered by many to be Miyazaki Hayao's masterpiece. With the coexistence of humans and nature as its central theme, this fantastic tale is a sobering vision of what could be our own future. After an apocalyptic war known as the "Seven Days of Fire," the civilizations that humans had prized so highly have been obliterated. One thousand years after the war, the remnants of humanity eke out their existence in a small area of land, threatened on all sides by the "Sea of Corruption," a vast forest of fungi and insects. One evening, a gigantic transport vessel hailing from the Kingdom of Torumekia crashes into the Valley of the Wind - a small pocket of land protected by ocean breezes from the deadly "miasma" gas that blows across the land. The people of the valley, under the direction of Princess Nausicaa, work to clean up the wreckage of the vessel, and in its remains they discover the devastating weapon used to decimate humanity in the ancient war. Soon, the valley is attacked by Kushana, princess of Torumekia, and its inhabitants unwillingly become entangled in a war between Torumekia and the city of Pejite...
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The second Ghibli film to come to Blu-ray disc, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind comes with audio and subtitle options in multiple languages including English. The Blu-ray Edition also includes a mini Nausicaa guidebook (9cm x 6.5cm) and the following special features: Storyboard Script Trailers Audio Commentary (Anno Hideaki x Katayama Kazuyoshi) Anno Hideaki & Suzuki Toshio Discussion from December 2009 A monumental achievement in the world of Japanese animation, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is considered by many to be Miyazaki Hayao's masterpiece. With the coexistence of humans and nature as its central theme, this fantastic tale is a sobering vision of what could be our own future. After an apocalyptic war known as the "Seven Days of Fire," the civilizations that humans had prized so highly have been obliterated. One thousand years after the war, the remnants of humanity eke out their existence in a small area of land, threatened on all sides by the "Sea of Corruption," a vast forest of fungi and insects. One evening, a gigantic transport vessel hailing from the Kingdom of Torumekia crashes into the Valley of the Wind - a small pocket of land protected by ocean breezes from the deadly "miasma" gas that blows across the land. The people of the valley, under the direction of Princess Nausicaa, work to clean up the wreckage of the vessel, and in its remains they discover the devastating weapon used to decimate humanity in the ancient war. Soon, the valley is attacked by Kushana, princess of Torumekia, and its inhabitants unwillingly become entangled in a war between Torumekia and the city of Pejite...
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (Blu-ray) (English / French Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 572.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (Blu-ray) (English / French Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Revisit the world of Ghost in the Shell once more in the acclaimed sequel Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence. Innocence was the first Japanese animation ever to receive a nomination for the Golden Palm at the 57th Cannes Film Festival, and was released in many territories other than Japan. This Blu-ray disc release comes with the original feature film Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, the international release version of the film, and the "Innocence no Jokei" animated music clips collection. Writer-director Oshii Mamoru returns to the complex cyber world of his revolutionary 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell with the visually astounding Innocence. This sequel to the anime classic takes us to the year 2032, and a world where human beings live side-by-side with highly intelligent cyborgs. Part-man, mostly-machine detective Batou is assigned to investigate a series of murders committed by "gynoids", humanoid pet machines created for pleasure. But during his investigations, he makes some startling discoveries, including ones concerning his former partner, Major Kusanagi Motoko. This edition includes the following unsubtitled special features: Commentary with Oshii Mamoru Making Of (15m) Oshii Mamoru X Ishikawa Mitsuhisa Discussion (44m) Trailer (Japan & International Versions)
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Revisit the world of Ghost in the Shell once more in the acclaimed sequel Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence. Innocence was the first Japanese animation ever to receive a nomination for the Golden Palm at the 57th Cannes Film Festival, and was released in many territories other than Japan. This Blu-ray disc release comes with the original feature film Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, the international release version of the film, and the "Innocence no Jokei" animated music clips collection. Writer-director Oshii Mamoru returns to the complex cyber world of his revolutionary 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell with the visually astounding Innocence. This sequel to the anime classic takes us to the year 2032, and a world where human beings live side-by-side with highly intelligent cyborgs. Part-man, mostly-machine detective Batou is assigned to investigate a series of murders committed by "gynoids", humanoid pet machines created for pleasure. But during his investigations, he makes some startling discoveries, including ones concerning his former partner, Major Kusanagi Motoko. This edition includes the following unsubtitled special features: Commentary with Oshii Mamoru Making Of (15m) Oshii Mamoru X Ishikawa Mitsuhisa Discussion (44m) Trailer (Japan & International Versions)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Azur et Asmar (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.2) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.3) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.3) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Shaun the Sheep 1 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Nightmare Before Christmas (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (Digitally Remastered) (Japan Version) at 193.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Pixar Short Film and Pixar Story (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (Multi-Language Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 304.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Pixar Short Film and Pixar Story (Blu-ray) (Collector's Edition) (Multi-Language Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Laputa: Castle in the Sky (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Laputa: Castle in the Sky (Blu-ray) (Multi Audio & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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In 1985, Miyazaki Hayao was fresh off the success of Nausicaa: The Valley of the Wind and decided to start his own animation studio with Takahata Isao. Studio Ghibli was officially established with Laputa: The Castle in the Sky as its first film, and the rest is history. The mythic adventure is not only one of the most important films in Studio Ghibli's history; it's also one of its best. Taking place in a fantastical world with flying pirates, glowing crystals, and floating cities, Laputa is an exciting adventure with iconic images and a timeless message about peace. Still voted by Japanese audiences as one of the best animated films of all time, Laputa: Castle in the Sky comes to Blu-ray for the first time with both the Japan and American versions of the film. Featuring slightly different scores and other minor adjustments, both versions were approved by Miyazaki himself. Pazu's lifelong dream is to find the legendary Laputa ("City in the Sky"), which his father saw before he passed away. One day, he rescues Sheeta after she descends from the sky, and he finds out that she is the keeper of Laputa's secret, hidden in the mysterious flying stone she carries. Soon, they are pursued by ruthless members of the government and a band of pirates, who are all after the secret for their own purposes. The chase takes Pazu and Sheeta on a perilous adventure that brings them closer and closer to unlocking the secret of Laputa. In addition to the alternate American version of the film (in English with Japanese Subtitles), this Blu-ray edition comes with storyboards, dubbing script, the credit-less versions of the opening and ending, and various promotional materials. The Japan version also comes with the French, German, Korean, Cantonese, and Mandarin dubs of the film, as well as its original Japanese soundtrack.
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In 1985, Miyazaki Hayao was fresh off the success of Nausicaa: The Valley of the Wind and decided to start his own animation studio with Takahata Isao. Studio Ghibli was officially established with Laputa: The Castle in the Sky as its first film, and the rest is history. The mythic adventure is not only one of the most important films in Studio Ghibli's history; it's also one of its best. Taking place in a fantastical world with flying pirates, glowing crystals, and floating cities, Laputa is an exciting adventure with iconic images and a timeless message about peace. Still voted by Japanese audiences as one of the best animated films of all time, Laputa: Castle in the Sky comes to Blu-ray for the first time with both the Japan and American versions of the film. Featuring slightly different scores and other minor adjustments, both versions were approved by Miyazaki himself. Pazu's lifelong dream is to find the legendary Laputa ("City in the Sky"), which his father saw before he passed away. One day, he rescues Sheeta after she descends from the sky, and he finds out that she is the keeper of Laputa's secret, hidden in the mysterious flying stone she carries. Soon, they are pursued by ruthless members of the government and a band of pirates, who are all after the secret for their own purposes. The chase takes Pazu and Sheeta on a perilous adventure that brings them closer and closer to unlocking the secret of Laputa. In addition to the alternate American version of the film (in English with Japanese Subtitles), this Blu-ray edition comes with storyboards, dubbing script, the credit-less versions of the opening and ending, and various promotional materials. The Japan version also comes with the French, German, Korean, Cantonese, and Mandarin dubs of the film, as well as its original Japanese soundtrack.
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.5) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.5) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Disney's Christmas Carol (3D Set : 3DBlu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 391.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Disney's Christmas Carol (3D Set : 3DBlu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.8) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 502.00 HKD from YesAsia
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Heroman (Blu-ray) (Vol.8) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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