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'''Treasure Hunting''' is the ninth in a series of short films produced to screen exclusively at the [[Studio Ghibli Museum]] in [[Japan]]
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{{Infobox film
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| name = Takara-sagashi
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| director = [[Takeshi Inamura]]
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| writer =
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| music =
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| studio = [[Studio Ghibli]]
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| distributor = [[Ghibli Museum]]
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| runtime = 9 min.
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| released = June 4, 2011
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| country = Japan
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| language = Japanese
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{{nihongo|'''''Takara-sagashi'''''|たからさがし|extra=lit. ''Treasure Hunting''}} is a 2011 Japanese animated short film by [[Takeshi Inamura]] made for the [[Ghibli Museum]]. It premiered at the museum on June 4, 2011.
   
In the story, a boy named [[Yuuji]] and a [[Rabbit]]
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The short film is shown only in the Ghibli Museum. The story is about a boy named Yuuji and a rabbit named Gikku found a stick at the same time, and decided to compete in games to decide who can keep the stick. <ref>"[https://myanimelist.net/anime/12267/Takara-sagashi Takara-sagashi (Treasure Hunting)]". MyAnimeList, December 17, 2018</ref>
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
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{{Films}}
 
[[Category:Shorts]]
 
[[Category:Shorts]]
[[Category:Anime Shorts]]
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[[Category:Treasure Hunting]]
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Latest revision as of 04:50, December 17, 2018

Takara-sagashi (たからさがし, lit. Treasure Hunting) is a 2011 Japanese animated short film by Takeshi Inamura made for the Ghibli Museum. It premiered at the museum on June 4, 2011.

The short film is shown only in the Ghibli Museum. The story is about a boy named Yuuji and a rabbit named Gikku found a stick at the same time, and decided to compete in games to decide who can keep the stick. [1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Takara-sagashi (Treasure Hunting)". MyAnimeList, December 17, 2018
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