Godzilla. “data-reactid =” 19 “> In 1954, Toho studios in Japan invented a monster that would become an icon of Japanese popular culture and later gain worldwide fame: Godzilla.
Supposedly the nuclear radiation on the island of Odo made him a ferocious creature and that he became a feared adversary for other mythological monsters such as King Kong.
The truth is that to celebrate his existence, in Hyogo prefecture they are building a museum that will honor him.
Nijigen no Mori from & nbsp; Awaji Island & nbsp;, known as “Godzilla Geigeki Sakusen”. “data-reactid =” 23 “> The museum is the newest attraction in the Nijigen no Mori anime park on Awaji Island, known as“ Godzilla Geigeki Sakusen ”.
The show is not finished yet, and therefore it is not open to the public either, however, there are already some dioramas of classic scenes from the creature’s films, as well as costumes and exclusive material used in the tapes.
The Soranews24 site also provides the detail of the museum’s great attraction: a life-size Godzilla that you can enter by zip line.
huge frozen godzillaFlying towards his mouth and through his body, or around him to observe his exterior. There will also be a shooting game, in which you will have to destroy the cells that flew from Godzilla’s frozen body to prevent him from be played, a ten-minute informational film about the making of the Godzilla attraction at Nijigen no Mori, a museum, a shop, and a Godzilla-themed meal, ”the site notes.” data-reactid = “28 “>” You will be able to participate in a careful exploration of a huge frozen Godzilla flying towards its mouth and through its body, or around it to observe its exterior. There will also be a shooting game, in which you will have to destroy the cells that flew of Godzilla’s Frozen Body to Prevent Breeding, a 10-minute informational film about the making of the Godzilla attraction at Nijigen no Mori, a museum, a shop, and Godzilla-themed food, ”the site notes. or.
There will also be a room filled with around 80 different Godzilla figures, accessory displays from the Toho Co. Ltd. warehouse, and prototype models of the enemy monsters that have appeared in movies over the years. Admission will cost about $ 10.