|Above, the main gate at the Nijubashi Bridge of the Imperial Palace. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
According to RocketNews 24:
There’s just one place in Tokyo this mascot of mayhem always seems to spare.
Over the last six decades, Godzilla has destroyed Tokyo dozens of times, and while his career has seen many exhilarating highs (remember that time he fought a giant space moth?!) and lows (ill-advised American remake with Ferris Bueller, mediocre American remake with Walter White, those times he had an annoying son, the franchise’s ‘Scrappy-Doo’ moment), one thing has remained consistent since his first cinematic outing in 1954. So far, the iconic monster has shown no interest in destroying the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
|Above, the Nijubashi Bridge. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The Palace was one of the stops for the 2004 G-TOUR, I first visited the Imperial Palace in 2001.
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