Travel Bug Dog Tag Return of the King

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Released:
Monday, November 29, 2004
Origin:
United States
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Current GOAL

To celebrate Godzilla's golden anniversary by returning to all the places he has visited (and subsequently destroyed) in twenty-eight feature films. At each location to gather coordinates, photographs and other commentary.

First Objective: (COMPLETED!) To visit the United Nations Building in New York City, attacked by Godzilla in "Destroy All Monsters" (1968).

Second Objective: To visit Godzilla's Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (COMPLETED!) and also the Belmont School at Vermont Ave. and 1st St. in LA where a plaque commenorates the former location of the Visual Drama studios where Raymond Burr filmed all his scenes for the American version of "Godzilla: King of the Monsters".

Third Objective: Travel to Japan and continue the "victory tour". (see the more expansive list below)

About This Item

Godzilla: King of the Travel Bugs

Godzilla has traveled to many places over the past 50 years. Some places don't exist anymore (the Nichigeki Theater in Tokyo was torn down in early 1980s) and others (like Monster Island) are fictional so you won't be able to find those. Don't worry, there are plenty of other places to visit. I've tried to build a complete list but if you see someplace that I haven't listed, let me know (and in what film it appeared).

"Godzilla" (1954) Odo Island / Tokyo Bay, Tokyo / Shinagawa Rail yards / The Ginza / Diet Building / Hattori Building (clock tower) / Nichigeki Theater (torn down in early 1980s) / NTV Tower / Matsuzakaya Department Store / Kachidoki Bridge, Sumida River
"Godzilla Raids Again" (1955) Iwato Island / Osaka Bay / Osaka Castle / Shinko Island
"King Kong vs. Godzilla" (1962) Kurile Islands / Matsushima / Nikko / Mt. Fuji / Atami Castle
"Mothra vs. Godzilla" (1964) Kurada Beach / Nagoya / Shizunoura / Iwa Island
"Ghidorah the Three Headed Monster" (1964) Yokohama / Mt. Fuji
"Monster Zero" (1965) Lake Myojin / Fujiyoshida
"Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster" (1966) Letchi Island
"Son of Godzilla" (1967) Sollgel Island
"Destroy all Monsters" (1968) Ogasawara / U.N.Building, New York / Izu / Mt. Fuji
"Godzilla’s Revenge" (1969) Monster Island
"Godzilla vs Hedorah" (1971) Suruga Bay / Fuji City / Mt. Fuji / Kanto Plain
"Godzilla vs Gigan" (1972) Monster Island
"Godzilla vs Megalon" (1973) Kanto Plain
"Godzilla vs the Cosmic Monster" (1974) Yokkaichi Petrochemical Complex / Okinawa
"The Terror of Mechagodzilla" (1975) Yokosuka
"Return of Godzilla" (1984) Daikokujima / Iihama / Tokyo / Mt. Mihara, Oshima
"Godzilla vs Biolante" (1989) Mt. Mihara, Oshima / Uraga Channel / Lake Ashi / Twin 21 Towers, Osaka / Lake Wakasa / Japan Sea
"Godzilla vs King Ghidorah" (1991) Lagos Island / Abashiri / Sapporo / Tokyo
"Godzilla vs. Mothra" (1992) Mt. Fuji / Landmark Hotel, Yokohama / Ferris Wheel, Yokohama
"Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II" (1993)
"Godzilla vs Space Godzilla" (1994)
"Godzilla vs. Destroyah" (1995) Hong Kong
"Godzilla Millennium" (1999)
"Godzilla X Megaguirus" (2000) Aqua City / Rainbow Bridge
"Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: All Monsters Attack" (2001) Landmark Tower, Yokohama / Skyway Car, Mt. Komagatake, Hakone Mts.
"Godzilla against Mechagodzilla" (2002) Kyoto Tower Hotel / Kyomizu Temple
"Tokyo S.O.S." (2003) Shinagawa, Tokyo / Toranomon Subway Station / National Diet Building
"Godzilla: Final Wars" (2004)
Other Godzilla locations or places seen in films but not confirmed in which film: Godzilla Statue, Hibiya Park, Yorakuchu / Tax Towers, Shinjuku / Wako Building, Tokyo / Yorakucho Mullion Building, Tokyo / Godzilla Exhibit, Matsuzakaaya Department Store, Yokahama / Godzilla Exhibit, Koriyama Museum, Koriyama / Toho Studios / Plaque at Visual Drama, Inc (where Raymond Burr recorded scenes), Vermont Avenue and First Street, Los Angeles, CA

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Discovered It 11/15/2014 Rinho84 discovered it   Visit Log

thx for sharing

Discovered It 11/8/2014 Wolle [CR] discovered it   Visit Log

...hab dich in der Letterbox gesehen...

Discovered It 2/28/2012 Toxic! discovered it   Visit Log

Thanks for sharing

Discovered It 1/20/2012 Lindbergh007 discovered it   Visit Log

Very nice. Thanks!

Write note 8/17/2009 travail70 posted a note for it   Visit Log

The cache that housed The King has gone missing. Sorry for your loss. He had a good run.

Dropped Off 5/25/2009 crawil placed it in FtB: Red-tailed Hawk California - 7.87 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 5/10/2009 crawil retrieved it from Cedarwood Round-about, kinda' California   Visit Log

Moving on.

Dropped Off 5/10/2009 crawil placed it in Cedarwood Round-about, kinda' California - 52.25 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 4/28/2009 crawil retrieved it from Regal TB Hotel California   Visit Log

I'm not headed to Tokyo soon, but we'll try and move it along.

Dropped Off 4/7/2009 michaelwbonser placed it in Regal TB Hotel California - 36.98 miles  Visit Log
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