My Neighbor Totoro – Catbus Piano Sheet Music

The Catbus (ネコバス, Nekobasu) (referred to in the film as ねこのバス, Neko no basu) is a character in the Studio Ghibli film My Neighbor Totoro, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It is a large grinning, twelve-legged cat with a hollow body that serves as a bus, complete with windows and seats covered with fur, and a large, bushy tail. The character’s popularity has led to its use in a spinoff film, toys for children, an art car, and a place in the Ghibli Museum. Catbus is believed to be based on the Japanese bakeneko (化け猫, “changed cat”), an ancient urban legend where cats that grow old learn to shape-shift. In the original Japanese film My Neighbor Totoro, Catbus is voiced by Naoki Tatsuta. In the Disney English release, Catbus is voiced by Frank Welker.

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