Spirited Away

Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi

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Stubborn, spoiled, and naïve, 10-year-old Chihiro Ogino is less than pleased when she and her parents discover an abandoned amusement park on the way to their new house. Cautiously venturing inside, she realizes that there is more to this place than meets the eye, as strange things begin to happen once dusk falls. Ghostly apparitions and food that turns her parents into pigs are just the start—Chihiro has unwittingly crossed over into the spirit world. Now trapped, she must summon the courage to live and work amongst spirits, with the help of the enigmatic Haku and the cast of unique characters she meets along the way. Vivid and intriguing, Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi tells the story of Chihiro's journey through an unfamiliar world as she strives to save her parents and return home.

User Rating: 4.88 ( 3 votes)


English: Spirited Away
Japanese: 千と千尋の神隠し
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 20, 2001
Producers: Toho
Licensors: Walt Disney Studios, GKIDS
Studios: Studio Ghibli
Source: Original
Genres: Adventure, Supernatural, Drama
Duration: 2 hr 5 min
Rating: PG – Children
Resolution: 480p, 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio, Eng Sub

Encoder's Notes

The “ghibli movie” which deserves the ghibli treatment. A fresh encode with subs from coalgirls, video encoded from jpbd, audio from usbd and bd-subs (deal wid it) from usbd



Characters & Voice Actors


Toshio Suzuki – Producer
Tomohiko Ishii – Assistant Producer
Hayao Miyazaki – Director, Script, Storyboard
Youmi Kimura – Theme Song Composition, Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Day of the River/Ano hi no kawa” by Joe Hisaishi
ED1: “Itsumo Nando demo (Always with Me)” by Yumi Kimura


A compelling tale of a girl trapped in the world of spirits who is tested on multiple fronts to escape safely with her parents and live


My second favorite anime movie of all time. I’ve watched it to many times and still get lost in a sense of child-like wonder and bliss.


This one is a classic now, I think everyone should watch it if they have a chance.


I can’t even shitpost about this. It’s too good. Wholesome, detailed, and full of topics that most producers where afraid to cover in 2001.


‘The’ Miyazaki film. Sure, he’s made others, but this one is the one you think of first. Unless you think Totoro first…


I can see why this is a classic.


One of the greatest films of all time, Japanime or otherwise.



    can i kwill u plis 🥺🥺