Godzilla turns 70! Celebrate at the “Godzilla -1.0 Special Exhibition” !

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Surely, every human on the planet knows of the gargantuan, legendary monster, Godzilla. This cinematic titan has captivated audiences worldwide. Perhaps you’ve even heard of its latest installment, director Takashi Yamazaki’s “Godzilla -1.0,” which recently won the Academy Award for the fiercely contested “Best Visual Effects”. This landmark achievement makes history as the first Japanese and Asian film to achieve such an accolade.

To commemorate Godzilla’s illustrious 70th anniversary, the “Godzilla-1.0” Special Exhibition will take place at the Godzilla Museum in the anime park Nijigen no Mori. The exhibition is packed with exciting content, and runs through June 30th, 2024.

Special Godzilla 70th Anniversary Project Part 1: Godzilla -1.0 Special Exhibition

Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime experience showcasing iconic scenes from “Godzilla-1.0.” Also here is the rare 3-dimensional Godzilla statue used in the movie. Marvel at its terrible power, then pose next to the fearsome giant for an unforgettable selfie.

An exclusive interview with director Takashi Yamazaki offers behind-the-scenes insights into the making of the film, available only at Nijigen no Mori. Wander through famous cinematic scenes in the gallery and immerse yourself in the kaiju world. As the big beast turns 70, he seems more powerful and iconic than ever, so come feel the power!


Until June 30, 2024 (Sunday)

Godzilla Museum at Nijigen no Mori

Admission fee
Included in the admission fee for “Godzilla Intercept Operation”

Attraction fee
Adults: 3,800 yen
Children: 2,200 yen
Kids: 1,700 yen

*All prices include tax
*Adults must be 12 years old or older, children must be 5 to 11 years old (120cm or taller, 25kg or heavier), and kids must be 5 to 11 years old (less than 120cm, 25kg).

Pre-order Benefits
Original “Godzilla-1.0” Special Exhibition Postcard

About the Godzilla Intercept Operation

The “Godzilla Intercept Operation – National Godzilla Awaji Island Research Center” offers visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Godzilla by becoming members of the National Godzilla Awaji Island Research Center (NIGOD) and undertaking thrilling missions. Guests can partake in experiences centered around Godzilla’s emergence on Awaji Island.