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Godzilla at Hotel Gracery - Each Tokyo neighborhood has its own special flavor, but it is hard to top Shinjuku for its sheer variety of flavors, and smells. Godzilla has starred in countless films, both cheesy and exciting. Godzilla himself emerges at the Shinjuku Toho Building. Toho was the movie studio that produced the Godzilla films, and so it is only fitting that they should use one of their most famous sttars to adorn thei new building. Godzilla was added to the outdoor terrace on the eighth floor at 12 meters tall. Passersby on ground level are treated to the dynamic illusion of Godzilla breaking its way through the buildings some 40 meters above. Hotel Gracery is in the same building and features special Godzilla View Rooms, commanding a view of Godzilla’s head, as well as a Godzilla Room featuring a special layout inspired by the Godzilla films. Unlike in the movies, when people were fleeing Godzilla in panic, on the contrary, have been flocking to Shinjuku Kabukicho to visit Godzilla ever since it the place opened.
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Godzilla at Hotel Gracery  - Each Tokyo neighborhood has its own special flavor, but it is hard to top Shinjuku for its sheer variety of flavors, and smells.  Godzilla has starred in countless films, both cheesy and exciting. Godzilla himself emerges at the Shinjuku Toho Building.  Toho was the movie studio that produced the Godzilla films, and so it is only fitting that they should use one of their most famous sttars to adorn thei new building.  Godzilla was added to the outdoor terrace on the eighth floor at 12 meters tall.  Passersby on ground level are treated to the dynamic illusion of Godzilla breaking its way through the buildings some 40 meters above.  Hotel Gracery is in the same building and features special Godzilla View Rooms, commanding a view of Godzilla’s head, as well as a Godzilla Room featuring a special layout inspired by the Godzilla films.  Unlike in the movies, when people were fleeing Godzilla in panic, on the contrary, have been flocking to Shinjuku Kabukicho to visit Godzilla ever since it the place opened.