That, in turn, has them making Studio Ghibli a subsidiary that can then manage things in the future as time goes on.
While there’s always the chance that it would simply end when Miyazaki himself is done, there’s still the works itself.
One of the biggest concerns that a lot of people have had over the past decade is less about whether Miyazaki will retire – he won’t – but rather what will happen to Studio Ghibli itself.
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