The best time to see Shinjuku’s giant new 3-D cat

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

The operators of the billboard also spill the beans on what’s next for the hyper-realistic display.

Early last month, Tokyo’s busy Shinjuku district was blessed with a giant, moving calico cat. Measuring roughly 10 metres (32.8 feet) in length, the cat sits atop the newly opened Cross Shinjuku building, occupying the top three floors overlooking a busy crossing outside the east exit of Shinjuku Station. 

The cat walks, meows, yawns, and flicks its tail during appearances at various times of the day, and people have been gathering outside the building in the hopes of seeing it, quickly snapping photos

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