Unique Tour in Japan, Zip Line to Godzilla’s Mouth – A new thematic park in Japan allows visitors to zip line into the mouth of the enormous Godzilla statue.
Unique Tour in Japan, Zip Line to Godzilla’s Mouth
adhocpublications.com – A new thematic park in Japan allows visitors to zip line into the mouth of the enormous Godzilla statue.
Zip line into monster’s belly As part of the attraction, visitors are invited to become members of the “National Awaji-Island Institute of Godzilla Disaster” and tame this dreaded creature by completing a number of “missions”.
First, visitors will watch a seven-minute film that shows the story behind the site and its operations. These missions include a zip line into the mouth of a thundering (but inactive) monster. The visitors then have to complete a shooting game in which they must stop Godzilla from growing further by targeting his body cells.
If flying into Godzilla’s stomach is anything but thrilling, there’s another zip line that goes through the Godzilla statue. This zip line is about 15 meters high and 162 meters long. A special bag is provided so that visitors can take photos and videos during these attractions so they don’t have to be afraid of dropping their cellphones.
Visitors can also participate in two Augmenter Reality activities that allow players to solve mysteries and collect evidence throughout the park. Players who have completed missions and mysteries will be given a Godzilla Institute paper ID card. In addition, this thematic park also includes the first permanent Godzilla Museum in the world. The museum was created in collaboration with Toho Visual Art Co., Ltd – the team behind the special effects Godzilla films. This museum has about 100 exhibits with several large properties and materials. Including one from the first Godzilla film in 1954.
Playground representatives told CNN Travel that the new attraction has become popular since opening in October 2020. The theme park has also managed to get more visitors. The reason is, since the pandemic took place, local schools and many families have chosen to visit outdoor destinations such as Nijigen No Mori. Especially because of this pandemic, Japan has really boosted domestic tourism. This thematic park carries out the Covid-19 health protocol with Japanese standards. Require visitors to keep their distance and use hand sanitizers. Visitors are also checked for body temperature before entering the park area. And the staff also use a face shield. Besides Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji, Nijigen no Mori also has a variety of attractions inspired by Japanese anime and pop culture.