Constantly retiring and un-retiring filmmaker and animation legend Hayao Miyazaki may genuinely be coming to terms with his post-career life, but that doesn't mean his endlessly creative mind is going to simply stop giving gifts to the world.

The 74-year-old director of critically animated masterpieces like Spirited Away, Ponyo, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, and many, many other films worth your time announced plans for a new, hands-on project - a forest retreat for children. The project, set to be completed by 2018 on the island of Kumejima (near Okinawa), is said to be inspired by the works of his production company Studio Ghibli, instantly filling everyone's hearts with impassioned glee.

The project will be created by local industries, using only local products, with $2.5 million in funding provided directly from Miyazaki. Never stop giving, never stop creating.