The king of monsters has his own museum and they’re building a zip-line that lets you go right down his gullet. I’ll say upfront before you get too excited that the zipline isn’t up and running…yet. The open museum has 80 monster figures, movie props, models, posters, and other memorabilia in Toho’s collection. You will be able to see up close massive dioramas of Godzilla, MechaGodzilla, and Mothra. Toho Studios is the company that brought us Godzilla back in 1954 and has been a big part behind the 32 building stomping rampages. The new museum is located on Awaji Island an island just southwest of Osaka. The island museum is the first permanent museum devoted to the radioactive god lizard. The museum isn’t just a “look at stuff” place either. The museum experiences giving you the feeling that you are visiting the Godzilla research center.
I had to put off my trip to Japan a few times now but know that visiting this site to worship my favorite king of monsters. The following is the “Story” behind the Godzilla Research institute.
“Godzilla Interception Operation” Story
The legendary appearance of Godzilla was first confirmed at the beginning of the Meiji era when a typhoon hit Awaji Island. Godzilla, who appeared with the high waves, overrun the island, causing tremendous damage, and the government was preparing for another attack on Godzilla.
Then, what he feared became a reality, and Godzilla landed again on Awaji Island. The government immediately responded. When Godzilla was guided to Nizigen Nomori, the movement of Godzilla was blocked by an explosive placed underground, and a missile with a drug loaded into its mouth was shot, Godzilla stopped its activity.
Currently, it is under the supervision of the National Godzilla Awaji Island Research Center, but Godzilla has just stopped its activity, and it is unknown when it will start. We need your help to monitor that action.
“Yes, I don’t know what they are saying either. But, it looks to be about Godzilla”