First-ever Godzilla Museum opens in Japan, has thrilling zipline rides and Godzilla-themed food

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Godzilla Museum just might be your next destination in Japan as travel restriction eases in the coming months

Singapore is reportedly considering opening up their airport terminals for leisure travel to and from countries that have similar or better COVID-19 situation.

One of the countries could be Japan since business travel is getting the green light in September this year.

Godzilla Museum

Once the airports reopen, travellers who wish to make their pilot trip to Japan might want to add Godzilla Museum to their list.

It’s the first-of-its-kind in the world and is currently having an advanced opening till 31 August this month. The official opening date, however, is not confirmed yet.

Godzilla-themed rides & food

Besides getting to view exhibits of Godzilla movies being recreated at the attraction, there will also be activities and rides including an exciting zipline ride into a giant Godzilla mouth.

There’s also a virtual shooting gallery that aims to stop Godzilla cells from reproducing.

So cool.

Fans will also be able to enjoy Godzilla-themed dishes and desserts at the museum.

There will also be lots of exclusive Godzilla merchandises to bring home as well..

Tickets are priced at 1,000 yen (~S$13) for adults and 800 yen (~S$10) for kids for visits during the advanced opening. However, prices could change once the official opening date is confirmed.

You can find out more information about the Godzilla Museum from Nijigen No Mori, the same operator behind Naruto Hidden Village and Crayon Shin-chan Theme Park.

Godzilla Museum (Osaka, Japan)

Address: 2425-2 Kusumoto, Awaji, Hyogo 656-2301, Japan
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily

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