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The Republic of the Philippines is an island nation in southeast Asia, whose capital city is Manila. It is referenced and featured in multiple kaiju films.


History

Showa Series

Rodan

Rodan was sighted flying over Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.

Heisei Series

Godzilla vs. Mothra

After witnessing the battle between Mothra, Battra, and Godzilla in the Pacific Ocean, Takuya Fujita and his ex-wife Masako Tezuka stayed in a hotel in Manila. While they were staying there, the Cosmos disappeared from their hotel room, as they had been stolen by Kenji Andoh and given to the Marutomo Company.

Gamera: Guardian of the Universe

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Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris

A Mother mourns and panics on the death of her children along with other locals after seeint that a Gyaos ate them at a local settlement by the mountains in the Philippines

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Pacific Rim

A kaiju defecates in Manila, leaving a landfill-sized mass of excrement requiring massive cleanup.

Legendary Series

Godzilla (2014)

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The collapsed strip mine in the Philippines in Godzilla (2014)

In 1999, Monarch scientists Ishiro Serizawa and Vivienne Graham were summoned to the Philippines to investigate the discovery of a colossal skeleton under a strip mine. There, Serizawa identified the skeleton as belonging to a member of the same species as the creature known as Godzilla, the monster Monarch had been formed to study. Serizawa and Graham also discovered two parasitic spores attached to the skeleton, both of which appeared to be perfectly preserved rather than fossilized. However, one of the spores had burst open, and a large trail was left behind by whatever hatched from it, leading out to the ocean.

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