We all knew this guy was going to make it, and finally after years of a terrible reputation all around world, Godzilla has been given the prestigious honour of being made a tourism ambassador in Tokyo, where it all began for the big guy.
The Shinjuku district of Japan's capital has unveiled a 170 foot full-scale Godzilla head, granting the monster official residency and making him a tourism ambassador for the district.
While we most recently saw Godzilla in the 2014 remake of the film with Bryan Cranston, this model is based on 1992 Godzilla vs Mothra film, directed by Koichi Kawata.
It can even roar and breathe smoke too, which it did during the opening ceremony whereby Shinjuku Mayor Kenichi Yoshizumi presented him with these honours.
The model is built alongside a hotel whereby guests can stay in 'Godzilla view rooms' as well as a themed suite with its own statue, movie posters and a gigantic claw over the beds. You can stay in it for the tidy sum of $334 to $417 a night. Although the view rooms are about $125.
So now, fair play to Godzilla... although if Bryan Cranston is anyone to go by, this world famous monster can be a bit of a diva...