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July 29, 2016, Tokyo, Japan: This is Nishi Rokugo Park (Nishi Rokugo Koen), also known as "Tire Park". It is located in the Tokyo suburb of Ota Ward, a place with a loving affection for Godzilla due to the monster first setting foot in Tokyo at Ota Ward in the original 1954 film. Tire Park covers 5000 square meters and has over 3000 recycled tires in the park. In addition to two towering Godzillas in this park, it also has a robot, rocket, pyramid, tire swings, sliding boards, and bridges. The first Godzilla film was released by Toho Co. Ltd. in 1954, and to date the company has released 29 films in the series with the most recent, "Godzilla Resurgence" (Japanese title "Shin Godzilla") released nationwide in Japan on July, 29, 2016. (Torin Boyd/Polaris).
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July 29, 2016, Tokyo, Japan: This is Nishi Rokugo Park (Nishi Rokugo Koen), also known as "Tire Park". It is located in the Tokyo suburb of Ota Ward, a place with a loving affection for Godzilla due to the monster first setting foot in Tokyo at Ota Ward in the original 1954 film. Tire Park covers 5000 square meters and has over 3000 recycled tires in the park. In addition to two towering Godzillas in this park, it also has a robot, rocket, pyramid, tire swings, sliding boards, and bridges. The first Godzilla film was released by Toho Co. Ltd. in 1954, and to date the company has released 29 films in the series with the most recent, "Godzilla Resurgence" (Japanese title "Shin Godzilla") released nationwide in Japan on July, 29, 2016. (Torin Boyd/Polaris).