Studio Ghibli‘s ‘Princess Mononoke’ is one of the establishment’s most iconic pieces of work, and travellers can now live out the 1997 fantasy film, sans warring gods and tree spirits, at the Hygge Circles Ugakei.
The Danish brand brings to the table a history of over 100 years, complete with the idea that “Nature is Luxury.” This project aims not only to create beautiful accommodations for guests to enjoy the great outdoors in, but it also sets the scene of regional revitalisation in the area.
Besides gorgeous tents, cottages and cabins for campers, this project also aims to highlight environmental sustainability, which is also a key theme in Princess Mononoke.
Sure, you might not be able to meet any Kodamas, the iconic tree spirits, but we’re certain that this is one glamping site that won’t stop us from living out our wildest Princess Mononoke fantasies.
This article was first published on Lifestyle Asia Singapore.