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Give this giant 'Kawakita' Godzilla statue a good home

This 5-foot-tall "Kawakita" Godzilla from Sideshow Collectibles could be your new roommate for a mere $3,000. Just don't expect him to do the dishes.

This giant "Kawakita" Godzilla statue just wants a big hug. Sideshow Collectibles

Thanks to Sideshow Collectibles, anyone can lure Godzilla into their home without having to resort to bombing the ocean. This "Kawakita" Godzilla statue, designed by Styles on Video, pays tribute to legendary director and special-effects supervisor Koichi Kawakita. The statue is a replica of the iconic bronze Godzilla statue near Tokyo's Hibiya Park.

"Developed in the same scale, this fiberglass statue used the original casting of the Hibiya Godzilla to make this piece as accurate as possible," according to the Sideshow Collectibles website. "Featuring a newly designed and sculpted face and expression by director Kawakita, inspired by his own interpretation of the newborn Godzilla."

As opposed to the movie version of Godzilla that weighs 164,000 tons, this statue weighs only approximately 28 pounds. Measuring at 5 feet tall, this Godzilla statue is a lot easier to get into your living room than the 30-stories-tall monster we love on the big screen.

The "Kawakita" Godzilla statue has a monster price tag of $3,000, but Sideshow Collectibles also offers a flexible payment plan for as little as $599.75 a month for fans who don't have thousands of dollar burning a hole in their pockets.

If that's too pricey, you can always buy Godzilla's enemy King Ghidorah from Sideshow Collectibles for $125.

Stay tuned to Sideshow Collectibles for a new line of monster statues based on the "Godzilla" 2014 movie.