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My wife bought this frame from the Ghibli museum in Japan, and we would like to know which movie it is from.

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(Sorry, I didn't manage to embed the image into this thread.. :/ )

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As a first guess I'd suggest Kiki's Delivery Service, perhaps its part of Ursula's home?

However Laputa, Porco and Howl are other possibilities. The pattern of chair, decorated barge boards to the roof and the 50 gal oil drum suggest its one of Miyazaki's films set in Europe or a fantasy Europe.

The style looks a little bit too old for it to be from Wind Rises.

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I'm pretty stumped. I can say with a degree of certainty that it's not from Howl's Moving Castle, and I don't remember a scene like that from Porco Rosso or Laputa.

Might My Neighbour Totoro be a possibility? Looking at a picture like this, I can see that shed fitting into the aesthetic, plus it is the film for which the majority of Ghibli merchandise is made. Again though, I don't remember it from the film.

What about Ocean Waves? I haven't seen it, but might the time period be right?

Only Yesterday could possibly fit too, or From Up on Poppy Hill.


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OK, it is close to Ursula's cabin but no heavy wainscoting ( I think that's what it is called), no water barrel...

I also checked "Porco Rosso" and "Laputa", no go... When I have the time I will look at Kaz's possibilities...

Welcome to the Tavern, Bumix, Welcome...

Hahaha, you came in like gangbusters, didn't you... This is a puzzler!!!

Again, Welcome...


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1st of all it's flipped, and 2nd it is from kiki:



see around 53:00 in the file.


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Ha, I actually wondered if that black shape in the doorway could be Jiji! It looked vaguely catlike but was too indistinct.


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You're right, makc, it is the woodshed behind the old ladies home (remember Bertha pretending to ride Kiki's broom??? Where Kiki helped the lady bake her herring and pumpkin cassarole... I was focused on Ursula's cabin and missed the later bldg...


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Yay, I was mostly right. I was convinced it wasn't a Japanese location.

Husky, wainscotting is interior decorative woodwork, panelling that runs up to about waist height and is finished with a dado rail usually. The wavy-edged panels along the ends of the pitched roof are called bargeboards and were a common detail of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. You see them for example on almost all original railway station buildings in Britain. The functional intent of bargeboards are to protect the end-grain of any timber roof beams from the weather, but they became more and more decorative as the style matured.

The vertical panelling above the door may be just a bit of artist imagination as its not a common feature. This is just exterior panelling.

Wainscotting.

https://www.hunker.com/12209037/the-history-of-wainscoting

Bargeboards.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bargeboard

Exterior panelling is almost always horizontal to keep downwards flow of water away. Vertical panelling would encourage water runs to penetrate between the panels, though its not unknown and is more common in modern materials, less so in wood.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/29/e5/2b/29e52...hardy-board.jpg

https://st.hzcdn.com/simgs/a961408701610...al-exterior.jpg

Here ends today's vernacular architecture lesson.


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quote:
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bargeboards and were a common detail of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. You see them for example on almost all original railway station buildings in Britain.


you can see them everywhere, actually. here are some from russia:






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What!!! ME!!! WRONG!!!! How can that be... I'm a Grandpa and we're never wrong.... lol


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