"City of Monsters" Video

by Armand Vaquer

Above, Tokyo Tower is just one of the landmarks spotlighted in a new video. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
The SciFi Japan TV guys have produced a very good (about ten minutes long) video on seeing Tokyo "through the eyes of Godzilla" that was just posted yesterday on YouTube entitled, "City of Monsters."

Here's what they say:
SciFi Japan takes you on a tour of Tokyo through the eyes of Godzilla! 
No other districts of Tokyo have felt Godzilla's wrath as much as Ginza, Nagatacho, Shinagawa, and Odaiba. Join us to see the sights and discover the history of Godzilla's favorite stomping grounds!
Most of the places shown are spotlighted in The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan with information on how to get to them.

To view the video at YouTube, go here.

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