|柊瑠美 (Rumi Hiiragi)||饰||Chihiro Ogino / Sen (voice)|
|入野自由 (Miyu Irino)||饰||Haku (voice)|
|夏木真理 (Mari Natsuki)||饰||Yubaba / Zeniba (voice)|
|内藤刚志 (Takashi Naitô)||饰||Akio Ogino (voice)|
|泽口靖子 (Yasuko Sawaguchi)||饰||Yûko Ogino (voice)|
|Buena Vista Home Entertainment (presents)|
|Tohokushinsha Film Corporation (TFC) (presents)|
|Nippon Television Network (NTV) (presents)|
|发行公司||JONU Media (2003) (DVD) (Spain)|
|Opening Weekend USA||$449,839, 22 September 2002|
|Cumulative Worldwide Gross||$347,742,810|
- The cleansing of the river spirit is based on a real-life incident in 宫崎骏's life in which he participated in the cleaning of a river, removing, among other things, a bicycle.
- In order to animate the scene where Chihiro force feeds Haku the medicine in his dragon form, 宫崎骏 had his animators study a dog's mouth as they fed it treats while a veterinarian held its lower jaw.
- Despite having a rich plot with developed characters, 千与千寻 (2001) was not made with a script. In fact, Miyazaki's films never had scripts. "I don't have the story finished and ready when we start work on a film," the filmmaker told Midnight Eye. "I usually don't have the time. So the story develops when I start drawing storyboards. The production starts very soon thereafter, while the storyboards are still developing." Miyazaki does not know where the plot is going, and he lets it happen organically. "It's not me who makes the film. The film makes itself and I have no choice but to follow".