Depending on how this initial phase goes, the museum aims to gradually expand ticket availability to the general public in September.
The initial trial phase for Mitaka residents will allow the museum to test its new procedures with a small group of visitors.
Ghibli Museum Director Kazuki Anzai announced on Thursday that the museum dedicated to the anime of Studio Ghibli will gradually reopen in mid-July.
The museum has remained closed since February 25 to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in collaboration with Mitaka City.
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