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  1. Ayumi Gallery (Shinjuku) - 2021 All You Need to Know BEFORE ...

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    Ayumi Gallery, Shinjuku: Address, Phone Number, Ayumi Gallery Review: 3/5. ... 114 Yaraicho, Shinjuku 162-0805 Tokyo Prefecture. Website +81 3-3269-1202. Best nearby.

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  2. Ayumi Gallery (Shinjuku): UPDATED 2021 All You Need to Know ...

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    Ayumi Gallery, Shinjuku: See reviews, articles, and 5 photos of Ayumi Gallery, ranked No.343 on Tripadvisor among 456 attractions in Shinjuku.

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    • 114 Yaraicho, 162-0805, Kanto
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    Hotels near Ayumi Gallery, Shinjuku on Tripadvisor: Find 6,758 traveler reviews, 20,673 candid photos, and prices for 1,982 hotels near Ayumi Gallery in Shinjuku, Japan.

  4. CAVE, 東京都 新宿区. 305 likes · 1 talking about this · 106 were here. Contemporary Art Gallery, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Kagurazaka

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  5. Shinjuku Tourism: Best of Shinjuku, Japan - Tripadvisor

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    In busy Shinjuku, you’ll find some of the tallest buildings in Toyko, as well as tons of shopping malls, bars and clubs. To escape the hustle and bustle, TripAdvisor travelers recommend visiting Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a beautiful and peaceful park in the middle of the city.

  6. TAB Events - in the Shinjuku area - Tokyo Art Beat

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    at Kenji Taki Gallery ; 102 3-18-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023; Media: Painting - Prints - Sculpture; Ends in 35 days

  7. According to a comprehensive article by Roland Domenig on the blog Midnight Eye, the ATG owned their own movie theaters where they could play their own productions, and their flagship was the Art Theatre Shinjuku Bunka in Tokyo. “The Shinjuku Bunka had been built in 1937 as a contract cinema of Toho.

  8. THE 10 BEST 5 Star Hotels in Tokyo of 2021 (with Prices ...

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    “ Hilton Tokyo is an upscale full service hotel that has excellent amenities, a great location close to shinjuku station, and a great concierge staff that secured a Michelin 2 Star restaurant a month in advance. ”

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    4-31-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023 Media: Photography - Ceramics (2020-10-15 - 2021-01-29) “Nature of Change” is the most recent work of Mexican ceramic artist Sofia Solamente in collaboration with photographer Yulia Skogoreva. The exhibition is October 15, 2020 - January 15, 2021, at THE KNOT TOKYO Shinjuku 2F GALLERY.

  10. Godzilla 2000: Millennium (1999) | Wikizilla, the kaiju ...

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    Godzilla is a literal force of nature to Japan. Yuji Shinoda founded the Godzilla Prediction Network (GPN) in order to predict Godzilla's landfalls and track his movements, all the while attempting to study and preserve him. One night, Shinoda and his daughter Io are tracking Godzilla near Nemuro in Hokkaido, and are joined by reporter Yuki Ichinose, who is trying to get photographs of Godzilla for her newspaper. While the three are in their van, they receive notice that Godzilla has come ashore nearby. Shinoda drives towards Godzilla's location, but after reaching the end of a tunnel, he finds that the road is gone. Shinoda shines the van's lights up, revealing Godzilla looking down at the van. Yuki begins taking photographs, enraging Godzilla, who roars at the van, shattering the windshield. Shinoda turns the van around and drives back through the tunnel, with Godzilla chasing. After escaping the tunnel, Shinoda watches Godzilla walk towards the heart of the city. Godzilla arrives...

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    Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. François Chau as Yuji Shinoda 2. Denise Iketani as Yuki Ichinose 3. Jack Ong as Professor Shiro Miyasaka 4. Ron Yuan as Mitsuo Katagiri 5. Rachel Crane as Io Shinoda 6. Jim Ishidaas General Takada 7. Yoshio Be 8. Glen Chin 9. John Cho 10. Michael Hagiwara 11. Amy Hill 12. Rodney Kageyama 13. Denice Kumagai 14. Jim Lau 15. Dana Lee 16. Lucy Lin 17. Sachiko 18. Marilyn Tokuda as Various Reporters 19. Jerry Tondo 20. Ping Wu 21. Michael...

    G2K(Abbreviated Title)
    Godzilla 2000(United States)
    The Return of Godzilla (Powrót Godzilli; Poland)
    Godzilla 2000 vs. the Extraterrestrial Squid (Godzilla 2000 vs. El Calamar Extraterrestre; Mexico)

    View all posters for the film here. 1. Japan - December 11, 1999; November 11, 2000 (U.S. version) [view poster] 2. United States - August 18, 2000 [view poster] 3. Hong Kong- 2000 4. Thailand - 2000

    TriStar Pictures, who had also distributed every Heisei film in the U.S. starting with Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, picked up Godzilla 2000 for theatrical distribution in North America. Mike Schlesinger, who supervised the North American release, said, "It [Godzilla 2000] was such a spectacular success in Japan, we decided it was worth taking a shot, maybe the time was right for Godzilla to come back to theaters." Sonyspent approximately $1 million to re-edit and dub the movie, and an additional $10-12 million to market. The edited film was released to American theaters on August 17, 2000. Unlike in the past, TriStar chose to not simply distribute Toho's international export presentation of the film, but create their own version, a process that had not been done since New World released The Return of Godzilla in the U.S. as Godzilla 1985. According to Mike Schlesinger, TriStar was provided with the export version of the film containing Omni Productions' English dub, but he felt it wa...

    Godzilla 2000: Millenniumhad a budget of ¥1,000,000,000, or roughly $8,300,000. When the film was released on December 11, 1999 in Japan, it sold 2,000,000 tickets and earned ¥1,650,000,000, or $15,000,000. The American version, Godzilla 2000, had a budget of $1,000,000. When it was released to 2,111 select theaters on August 18th, 2000, it made $4,407,720 on it opening weekend and went on to make $10,037,390 total.

    Godzilla 2000: Millennium currently has a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 69 reviews. The site's Critical Consensus reads, "Godzilla 2000 is cheesy, laughable, and good entertaining fun." Regardless of their opinion on the film itself, most American critics compared it favorably to TriStar's Godzilla, released two years earlier.

    TohoDVD (2000) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 2 3. Audio: Japanese (5.1 Surround) 4. Special Features: Audio commentary by Shiro Sano, Shogo Tomiyama, Takao Okawara and Kenji Suzuki, trailers, TV spots, Godzilla theater etiquette spot, cast & staff biographies. 5. Special Features (disc 2): The Making of Godzilla 2000: Millennium, Behind the Scenes. 6. Notes: 2.26:1 aspect ratio (windowboxed), second disc only included in original release. TriStarDVD (2000) 1. Region: 1 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: English (5.1 Surround and 2.0 Mono), French (2.0 Mono) 4. Special Features: Audio commentary by Michael Schlesinger, Michael Mahoney, and Darren Paskal, behind the scenes footage (2 minutes), talent files, trailers for Godzilla 2000 and GODZILLA(1998) 5. Notes: Included in The Toho Godzilla Collection, Vol. 2. Universe LaserDVD (2000) 1. Region: 3 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese (5.1 Surround), Cantonese (5.1 Surround), Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, English & Traditional Chinese 4. Notes: 2.12...

    This was the last Godzilla film to receive a theatrical run in North American until Legendary Pictures' Godzilla, with the exception of Rialto's limited releases of the original Godzilla in 2004 an...
    This is the only Godzillafilm in the Millennium series not released in the 2000's.
    Godzilla 2000: Millennium is the seventh and final Godzilla film to be released in the 1990's and the only one, aside from TriStar Pictures' GODZILLA, to not be a part of the Heisei series.
    It is the first Japanese Godzilla film since Terror of Mechagodzilla to use the 2.35:1 aspect ratio, and first Japanese Godzilla production to use Super 35 as its cinematographic process. As the de...
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