Currently this event is going on at the Miyazaki Art Center and now they have announced the catalog and guidebook for it. From best we can tell (from trying to translate it) it will be available mid July, is 288 pages, limited to 1000 copies, will have products to order, as well as info and pics from the event (samples below) for more info check out there website here.
It seems the Godzilla hotel recently opened (and posted about here) was just the start apparently they plan to turn Tokyo into Tokyo Monster Island. TOHO CINEMAS Hibiya (tentative name) is a large-scale building complex in the (tentative name) New Hibiya project that Mitsui Fudosan is promoting, is the city's largest state-of-the-art urban cinema complex to be part of the project.
The complex would include an 11 screen (about 2300 seats) in the new building, and another renovated 2 screen about 800 seats in the adjacent Tokyo Takarazuka building, with 13-screen and about 3000 seats It becomes the city's largest cinema complex.
On this new building there would be King Ghidorah heads installed in the vicinity of 140m, to almost the height of the actual King Ghidorah. King Ghidorah heads will be installed on the Tokyo Station side, Hibiya Park side, and the Uchisaiwaicho side.
Other project planned is for the Haneda Airport (changing its name to Tokyo International Airport) is a painting of Mothra at the Haneda Airport International Terminal. The paint will be drawn in the actual almost the same as the 250m wingspan of Mothra. Also according to the announcement, the official name would become Tokyo International Mothra Airport! With the Tokyo Olympics of 2020, the Mothra painting at the international terminal where many foreign tourists are expected, and will continue to place a monster culture to the world that Japan is proud of.
There are plans to use other monsters that are currently being studied such as Anguirus, Hedorah, Mechagodzilla, and Manda, in other locations, which will be announced at a later date. More as we find out.