ULTRAMAN SERIES
(Ultraman shopping Street)
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

ULTRAMAN SERIES (Ultraman shopping Street)

The ULTRAMAN SERIES, which depicts valiant fights of the giant hero “Ultraman,” is the ongoing series that has the history for over half a century since firstly televised in 1966. It begins with the incident where Hayata Shin,
a member of the Science Special Search Party, dies in a crash with a mysterious red orb while patrolling above Ryugamori. The red orb was in fact Ultraman, who had been pursuing a monster from Nebula M78 to Earth.
Ultraman saved Hayata’s life by bonding with him. Since then, Hayata continues his life as a Science Special Search Party member, guarding the secret of his real identity. Whenever the situation became dangerous, he would transform himself into Ultraman to fight against monsters and aliens.

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Sightseeing Spot in This Area

The Ultraman Shopping District encompasses three shopping streets -- the Soshigaya Minami Shopping Street, the Soshigaya Shopping Street, and the Soshigaya Shoshinkai Shopping Street -- which surround the Soshigaya-Okura Station on the Odakyu Line. The district was given such a name because Tsuburaya Productions office was once based in the Kinuta area nearby. Stepping out into the plaza in front of the train station, you will be greeted by a commanding statue of Ultraman. Below three arches in the district, you will see statues of Ultraman, Zoffy, and Ultraman Jack in mid-flight. There are Ultra Heroes everywhere, and there are plenty of original exclusive Ultraman goods on sale at the shops as well.

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