Kūsō no Sora Tobu Kikaitachi

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Imaginary Flying Machines
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Directed by Hideaki Anno[citation needed]
Produced by Toshio Suzuki
Written by Hideaki Anno[citation needed]
Starring Hayao Miyazaki
Music by Joe Hisaishi
Release date(s) 2002 Limited release in Ghibli Museum only
Running time 6 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Kūsō no Sora Tobu Kikaitachi (空想の空飛ぶ機械達 Imaginary Flying Machines?) is a 2002 Japanese animated short film produced by Studio Ghibli for their near exclusive use in the Ghibli Museum. It features director Hayao Miyazaki as the narrator, in the form of a humanoid pig, reminiscent of Porco from Porco Rosso, telling the story of flight and the many machines imagined to achieve it.[1]

The film could also be seen on the in-flight entertainment system used by Japan Airlines.[2]

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