Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji
Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji is an attraction in the Nijigen no Mori theme park on Awaji Island, Japan. It opened on October 10, 2020, with four components: a theater playing an exclusive short film, a zipline leading guests into the mouth of a massive Godzilla statue, a shooting game, and the Godzilla Museum.
Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji's seven-minute attraction video, produced by Toho, explains how Godzilla became interred on Awaji Island. He first attacked the island at the beginning of the Meiji era, coming ashore during a typhoon. When he returned during the 21st century, the JSDF lured him to Nijigen no Mori. Explosives planted in the ground kept him in place long enough for them to fire a drug-infused missile into his mouth, rendering him immobile. The National Godzilla Awaji-shima Research Center was established to monitor him.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Kazuhiro Nakagawa
- Written by Kazuhiro Nakagawa
- Produced by Yoshihiro Sato, Yoshiki Soejima
- Music by Yuji Iwamoto
- Cinematography by Yutaka Adachi
- Edited by Tatsuma Furukawa
- Production design by Akira Sakamoto
- Assistant director Gonsho Nakayama
- Visual effects supervisor Satoru Sasaki
- Hirona Yamazaki
- Satoru Matsuo
- Shunsuke Nakata
- Ozaki Usoh
- Yuki Ito
- Takuya Nakayama
- Shoji Omiya
- Asami Ito
- Satoshi Iwago
- Kohei Arakawa
- Katsuhiro Shimamoto
- Kenji Kawahara
- Masatoshi Kihara
- Ryo Kiuchi
- Misaki Yoshimoto
- Noboyuki Naito
- Osamu Hamanaka
- Harumi Kasai
- Hakaru Sekiguchi
- Keigo Iwasaki
- Takahiro Sakai
- Satoshi Kuwabara
- Jun Hashizume as Narrator
The Nijigen no Mori Godzilla statue is based on his appearance in Shin Godzilla. At 20 meters tall, 25 meters wide, and 55 meters long, it is the largest Godzilla statue in the world. Two ziplines allow guests to glide into the monster's mouth.
In a booth to the right of the statue, guests can take aim at hostile Godzilla cells.
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