Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo (2024)

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Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo
Key art for Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo
Alternate titles
Flagicon Japan.png Godzilla Tokyo Metropolitan Government Attack (2024)

Directed by Kazuhiro Nakagawa
Producer Shingo Kori, Matsutaro Tsuruga, Takayuki Kitai
Written by Takayuki Kitai
Music by Akira Ifukube (stock)
effects by
Takashi Sakai
Production companies Toho Eizo Bijutsu, AID-DCC Inc.
Running time 7 minutes

Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo (ゴジラ都庁襲撃,   Gojira Tochō Shūgeki, lit. "Godzilla Tokyo Metropolitan Government Attack") is a tokusatsu kaiju short film directed by Kazuhiro Nakagawa for the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's Tokyo Projection Mapping Project. Produced by Toho Eizo Bijutsu and AID-DDC Inc. with visual effects by Digital Media Lab. and Imaginary Power, it is a blend of live-action suitmation footage (starring Naoya Matsumoto as Godzilla) and computer effects.[1] Beginning April 27, 2024, it will be projected onto the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building three times a day on every weekend and national holiday.[1][2] Godzilla is projected at a full 100 meters in height,[3] the same size he was when he first met the building in Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah.


Godzilla attacks the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, smashing a massive hole in the structure, but is intercepted by a modified Super X2 developed in secret by the Tokyo government.[2][4] The craft endures his atomic breath and counters with a missile salvo and Maser blasts. It opens up its Fire Mirror, reflecting his atomic breath back at him twice and sending him stumbling backwards the second time. The Super X2 advances, but fails to reflect the next blast. As it struggles to stay in the air, Godzilla shoots it again, then catches it and destroys it with a point-blank blast of atomic breath. The crew ejects, their escape pod floating to the ground on parachutes.

Godzilla stomps away. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is rebuilt, and when the monster attacks again, it opens up to reveal Mechagodzilla.


Note: Credits adapted from the Tokyo Projection Mapping Project website and an AID-DCC tweet.[1][5]

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Kazuhiro Nakagawa
  • Written by   Takayuki Kitai
  • Planned and supervised by   Tetsuya Yoshikawa, Gai Kato
  • Produced by   Shingo Kori, Matsutaro Tsuruga, Takayuki Kitai
  • VFX/CG producer   Masatoshi Kobayashi
  • Sound designer   Makoto Shozu
  • Stock music by   Akira Ifukube (uncredited)
  • Cinematography by   Yutaka Adachi
  • Assistant cameraman   Kiyoshi Yamazaki
  • Lighting by   Satoshi Fujii
  • Lighting assistants   Akira Watanabe, Kotone Inui
  • Production design by   Kenjiro Nakayama
  • Set dresser   Shinichiro Nakamura
  • Project manager   Kayoko Sekiguchi
  • Production manager   Kumi Hamagawa
  • Physical effects by   Kenji Kawaguchi
  • Physical effects assistant   Yu Kawamura
  • Compositing supervisor   Shigetoshi Higashino
  • Visual effects director   Takashi Sakai
  • Visual effects artist   Takehiro Hamaguchi


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.



Weapons, vehicles, and races


Main article: Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo/Gallery.


A recording of the short



This is a list of references for Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "ゴジラ都庁襲撃 ~GODZILLA: ATTACK ON TOKYO~". Tokyo Projection Mapping Project. Retrieved 28 April 2024.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Godzilla projected on the wall of the Tokyo Metropolitan Govt. building". NHK WORLD-JAPAN. 27 April 2024.
  3. "Godzilla returns to attack Tokyo in light show". Arab News Japan. 28 April 2024.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Godzilla: Attack on Tokyo!". Tokyo Metropolitan Government. 19 April 2024.
  5. AID-DCC Inc. (27 April 2024). "<エイド・ディーシーシー>
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