|Albuquerque Halsey |
"Located 20 meters (65 ft) underground, the 1,480 square meter (16,000 sq ft) space contains emergency supplies to be distributed to the public in the event of a major earthquake. Items include 5,000 blankets, 8,000 rugs, 4,000 candles, 300 cooking pots, 200 t-shirts, and emergency medical supplies. A conveyor belt system is installed to help transport the supplies up to street level.
The underground warehouse is connected to an unnamed station on the Oedo line, Tokyo’s deepest subway. Apparently, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government maintains more than one of these warehouses, but the locations are kept secret."
This is what happens when you don't have a cold war to keep you busy.
What's with all the mosaic squares around the edges at the beginning and end? Were there penises in the periphery?
Figures that the Japanese would build hidden bonus levels into their cities.
Hard to argue that Japan doesn't take the kaiju threat seriously.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Is that a GECK at 1:43?
Humans will be fine.
The smart ones I mean. They have enough sense to start digging as soon the the dumb ones start fucking things up.
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
Only in Japan would a TV show in the style of Modern Marvels or Cities of the Underground use a soccerball tossed into the darkness to demonstrate the scale of something.
Also, I'm waiting for some of the inevitable jokes. I'll start by saying that I won't be really impressed with Tokyo-3 until a crazy-huge robot pops right the fuck out of a major street intersection.
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