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PHOTO: Godzilla emerges out of Awaji island

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                                <strong>Godzilla emerges out of Awaji island: </strong>A chills-and-thrills attraction at Nijigen no Mori, an amusement park on Awaji island in Hyogo prefecture, centers on Japan’s iconic monster. The zip-line ride, which opened in October, sets a scenario of Godzilla half-buried following an explosion, with riders gliding straight into his mouth. His protruding body, 75 feet high and 180 feet long, is the world’s largest Godzilla sculpture.

    YOMIURI-JAPAN NEWS

    Godzilla emerges out of Awaji island: A chills-and-thrills attraction at Nijigen no Mori, an amusement park on Awaji island in Hyogo prefecture, centers on Japan’s iconic monster. The zip-line ride, which opened in October, sets a scenario of Godzilla half-buried following an explosion, with riders gliding straight into his mouth. His protruding body, 75 feet high and 180 feet long, is the world’s largest Godzilla sculpture.

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