The earlier-teased construction of a life-sized Godzilla has just been unveiled.

Officially opening this Saturday at Nijigen no Mori Park on Awaji Island, Japan, the “Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji” attraction sees the 120-meter monster buried underground where attendees zip-line into its mouth. The exposed area measures in at an impressive 55L x 25W x 23H-meters in size.

When inside the belly of the beast, you will have access to a Godzilla shooting arcade challenge, a permanent Godzilla museum, and be able to enjoy a number of Kaiju-themed snacks. Admission will start at ¥3,800 JPY for adults, ¥2,200 JPY for children under 11 years of age, and ¥800 for those under 7 years of age (approximately $35, $20, and $7 USD, respectively).

Head over to Nijigen no Mori Park’s dedicated page for the full detail.

In other news, the Japanese government sets a date to reopen international borders with new entry requirements.

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