Monster Japan Travel Guide Update

by Armand Vaquer

Above, the Godzilla mural at Toho Studios will be included in the new edition. Photo by Armand Vaquer.


Things are progressing on the new, updated edition of The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan.

I have selected the publishing program, the publisher and most of it is written. I am waiting, at present, for more information on the new Toho Pictures production of Shin Godzilla (to be called Godzilla Resurgence outside of Japan). Also, I am trying to decide on what photograph to use on the cover. Maybe I'll post a poll or survey of some kind involving Godzilla fans to see what photo they like.

Above, the life-size Godzilla in Shinjuku will be also included in the new edition. Photo by Armand Vaquer.


I have contacted director Shinji Higuchi for information on the locations and/or landmarks used in the movie so that they can be included. Fans would then be able to go to those places when they visit Japan.

Stay tuned!

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