A few years back, there was a report that wealthy people in Russia were paying over $800 for Japanese square watermelons. In Russia, that’s supposedly 300 times the price of a regular watermelon. But why square Japanese watermelons? That’s so passé!
Namco Bandai’s VR Zone Osaka, it’s VR-based amusement center, is getting a Godzilla virtual reality game.
While this statue isn’t life-sized, this is a fitting tribute to a giant of Japanese cinema.
Recently, the world’s first official Godzilla store opened in Tokyo. It’s called Godzilla Store Tokyo. Clever!
Since 1954, Godzilla has been brought to life by a man in a kaiju suit, animation, computer graphics, motion capture, and now, 3D anime. And you know what, the monster’s latest incarnation ain’t half bad.
Kaiju are leveling a major Japanese city. What to do? Run, hide and dress up in costumes, that’s what.
Anime feature film Godzilla: Kaiju Wakusei (Godzilla: Monster Planet) opens this month in Japan. This week, a huge Godzilla head went up in Tokyo over a Shinjuku train station entrance.
On October 30, the world’s first official Godzilla retail shop will open in Japan. It’s called Godzilla Store Tokyo and will be located in Shinjuku.
Hello Kitty is famous for being cute. Godzilla is not. What happens when Sanrio has a crack at Japan’s most famous monster? This.
In the trailer for the upcoming Godzilla anime, we don’t get a good look at the titular monster’s mug. An official statue to promote the movie has gone on display in Japan, finally providing a real-life look at the anime version. Damn, does this Godzilla look old and melty.
Haruo Nakajima, the suit actor who played Godzilla from 1954's Godzilla to 1972's Godzilla vs. Gigan, has died. He was 88.
Earlier this month in Beijing, a Chinese movie company announced an upcoming feature film called Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman. The CG movie stars robots, a dragon, and Japan’s most famous hero, Ultraman.
Anime feature film Godzilla: Kaiju Wakusei (Godzilla: Monster Planet) is slated for a November release in Japan and internationally on Netflix after that. Here is the flick’s debut trailer.
Yesterday, a report surfaced that another entry in the Godzilla series was announced at the Shin Godzilla vs. Evangelion Symphony in Tokyo. Today, Anno’s studio, Khara Inc., has cleared up the confusion that ensued.
A Godzilla mask? Maybe a better way to describe this is a Godzilla LEGO helmet.
There is difficult origami, and then, there’s this.
Let’s just hope this Godzilla doesn’t fire a beam of radioactive heat from its mouth. That is, for its own sake.
If you are in the market for an enormous Godzilla statue that costs as much as a car, good news! You can buy this.