In Hibiya Square, just a short walk from Hibiya Train Station in Tokyo is a small bronze Godzilla statue. Now this statue is tiny, only about 2 feet tall, standing on a pedestal which makes it just above eye level. It is kind of ironic that such a massive monster has such a small statue built in the middle of Tokyo to honour the fire-breathing Godzilla.
It may be small though I am sure there are many Godzilla fans that would like to visit the Godzilla statue in Tokyo.
So how do you get to the Godzilla statue in Tokyo?
From Hibiya subway station take the A9 exit. At the top of the exit the stairs split to the left and to the right, take the stairs to the right. At the top of the stairs turn to the right then walk down to the next corner where the Lacoste store is. Turn right and cross the street and you will see the opening of Hibiya square. As you turn the corner you will see the Godzilla Statue and laugh how small it is!
See the Google Map for the location of the Godzilla Statue in Hibiya Square
Close by the the Godzilla statue there are some other famous Tokyo tourist spots including Hibiya Park, Ginza shopping district and the Imperial Palace.
Godzilla in Kabukicho Tokyo
There is another Godzilla in Tokyo. Not quite a statue but a large model Godzilla head right on top of the new Toho Cinema Complex right in the heart of Kabukicho, Tokyo’s Red Light District.
The Toho Cinemas open in April 2015 and has the huge Godzilla crashing through the top of the roof looking down over Kabukicho. To get to see the Godzilla head you have to be a fair way down the street. Looking up directly from the Toho Cinemas you can only see Gozilla’s claws grabbing onto the building.
Check out Google Maps for the location of Godzilla ontop of the Toho Cinemas Kabukicho