The Tohomovie guides are reference books published by Toho for every Godzilla film and a few non-Godzillakaiju films from 1954 to 2017. They were usually released the same day a Godzilla film opened in Japanese theaters, although some of the"Toho Championship Festival" guides were guides of films that were released years before. These were only released in Japan. The back of every guide usually featured an advertisement, and each guide usually had between four and eight pages.
(Pages 8-9) Godzilla's New York Rampage!! - A map with numbered keys detail Godzilla's rampage throughout Manhattan.
(Pages 10-11) World Premiere Report - Details of the world premiere of GODZILLA at the Madison Square Garde on May 19, 1998.
(Pages 12-13) More details about the film, inspiration from the movie, the origins of Godzilla's design, and more.
(Pages 14-15) Staff Profile - Short biographies of staff members Ute Emmerich, William Fey, Peter Winther, Ueli Steiger, Oliver Scholl, Patrick Tatopoulos, and Volkner Engel.
(Pages 16-17) Images of Godzilla.
(Pages 18-19) Monster Music - The making of the music for GODZILLA.
(Pages 20-21) Making the Movie 1 - Detailing the pre-production stages of the movie, and making a mention of the unmade 1994 version. Also details of creating the practical special effects and initial computer graphics.
(Pages 22-23) Making the Movie 2 - Detailing the production, filming and post-production.
(Page 24) Japanese Version Cast & Staff - Cast and staff of the Japanese version of GODZILLA, with short biographies for them all.
(Page 25) General credits.
(Pages 26-28) Full credits.
(Pages 29-33) Godzilla 1998 and traditional Godzilla merchandise, including the limited edition The Legends of Godzilla trading card game, the encyclopedic book Godzilla Chronicles, and the 1998 Godzilla Trendmasters toy line, as well as a The Real McCoy's Mothra vs. Godzilla Hawaiian T-shirt, a commemorational Godzilla 1998 medal, and general Godzilla 1998 books, clothes, sticker and sticker books, journals, fans, watches, hats, small virtual video game, key chain, ball pens, erasers, and phone cards.