Tokyo Filming Locations #17 – Shin Godzilla (2016)

It’s probably taken longer than expected but finally the sequel to the Gareth Edwards-directed ‘Godzilla‘ (2014) is going to see the light of day. ‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters‘ is the 35th film in the Godzilla franchise, and the third Hollywood produced one. Although there’s been a trilogy of animated Godzilla movies in the last couple of years this is the first live-action one since way back in 2016!! To mark this new release, Tokyo Fox has brought together all the filming locations from that 2016 Japanese film and compiled them into a solitary picture-special post.

Please note that the time codes given may be slightly different to the DVD or blu-ray versions.

1 minute – Tokyo Bay Aqua Line, Aqua Bridge, Kisarazu (Chiba). More details here

         

12 minutes – Asahi Bridge, Ota-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

12 minutes – Haneda Shrine, Haneda, Ota-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

13 minutes – New Nomi Bridge, Ota-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

14 minutes – Kamata, Ota-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

23 minutes – Kita Shinagawa Station, Shinagawa-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

24 minutes – Ichigaya Kamigaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Shinjuku-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

25 minutes – Kita Shinagawa Station, Shinagawa-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

25 minutes – Ichigaya Kamigaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Shinjuku-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

25 minutes – Yatsuyama Rail Bridge, Shinagawa-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

39 minutes – Cape Inamura, Kamakura (Kanagawa). More details here

 

39 minutes – Kamakura Kaihin Park, Yuigahama, Kamakura (Kanagawa). More details here

 

39 minutes – Onarimachi, Kamakura (Kanagawa). More details here

     

40 minutes – Near Yuigahama Station, Kamakura (Kanagawa). More details here

 

40 minutes – Ogigayatsu, Kamakura (Kanagawa). More details here

 

44 minutes – Sengen-jinja Shrine, Denenchofu, Ōta-ku (Tokyo). More details here

     

44 minutes – Maruko Bridge, Ōta-ku (Tokyo). More details here

     

50 minutes – Sengakuji Station, Takanawa, Minato-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

55 minutes – Wako Department Store, Ginza, Chuo-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

55 minutes – National Diet Building, Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku (Tokyo). More details here

 

60 minutes – Tama Monorail Operating Base, Izumichō, Tachikawa (Tokyo). More details here

 

87 minutes – Tokyo Station, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku (Tokyo). More details here

        

Click here to read ‘The Godzilla Bathhouse’ 

Click here to read ‘Dining Out: The Godzilla Hotel’ 

Click here to read ‘Cycling The Godzilla Tokyo Trail…In One Day!’

Click here to read ‘Tokyo Daytripper: Gojira-Koen (Godzilla Park)’ 

Click here to read ‘Tokyo Filming Locations #5 – Godzilla (1954)’ 

Click here to read ‘Review: Films Set In Japan – Godzilla (2014)’

Click here to read ‘Review: Films Set In Japan – Godzilla (1954)’ 

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