First up is Hibiya Godzilla Square. On my way there I took in the famous Yurakucho Mullion (Yurakucho Center Building), home of Toho Cinemas Nichigeki, destroyed by Godzilla in 1954 and 1984. Hibiya Godzilla Square is a must for every Godzilla fan making a trip to Japan. The well-known Shin Godzilla statue looks over the square, Toho Cinema Hibiya and Hibiya Chanter. Chanter features prominently Godzilla Minus One advertisement on the front window with the Godzilla statue on the other side of the entrance doors. When I arrived, Hibiya Center was hosting an exhibit celebrating the 150th anniversary of Ichizo Kobayashi (小林 一三, 1/3/1873–3/25/1957), known for founding the Hankyu Railway, the Takarazuka Revue, and Toho. The Shodai Godzilla statue and autographed movie poster were featured exclusively. Also on hand were scripts for Godzilla (1954) and Godzilla Raids Again (1955). On the lower floor can be found the Toho Star Gallery. Before leaving the Hibiya and Ginza I took a stroll to see the Wako Building which was the Tokyo PX building in the postwar scene in the Godzilla Minus One trailer.