- His father's family owned an airplane parts factory.
- Often referred to as the Japanese Walt Disney.
- Founded his own animation studio, Studio Ghibli, in 1985.
- Established himself in Western culture with the U.S. release of Princess Mononoke (1997), which won Best Picture in Japan and set Japanese box-office records.
- Refused to attend the 2003 Academy Awards as a protest to U.S. involvement in Iraq.
- Favors hand-drawn animation over computer generation
- 2005, Oscar — Best Animated Feature Film: Nominee
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- 2014, Oscar — Honorary Award: Winner
- 2002, Oscar — Best Animated Feature Film: Winner
- 2004, BAFTA Film Awards — Best Film not in the English Language: Nominee
- 2002, Berlin Film Festival — Golden Bear: Winner
- 2013, Oscar — Best Animated Feature Film: Nominee
- Akemi Ota — Wife
- Goro Miyazaki — Son
- Keisuke Miyazaki — Son
- Gakushuin University, Mejiro, Tokyo, Japan (BS in Political Science and Economics, 1963)
- Birth Place: Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan
- Profession: Director, Animator, Screenwriter, Manga artist
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