Dragon flies into Tokyo, crashes into hotel in new way

By MICHIKO SHIMAGIKAMIThe dragon that crashed into a Tokyo hotel in a new way and then crashed into another building is a new type of monster, a new study suggests.

The new study published in the journal Nature Communications shows how the creature’s behavior is changing, and could also have implications for how to protect buildings and human populations in the future.

The study was led by Dr. Tetsuya Ishihara of the Japan Meteorological Agency, the National Institute of Informatics, and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.

It was funded by the National Science Foundation, the Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and Japan Meteorology Agency.

The research is based on data collected from more than 3,500 visitors to Tokyo’s Narita Airport in April and May of 2017.

Visitors were invited to take a photo with a dragonfly and the dragonfly’s wingspan measured.

The dragonfly flew through the air and crashed into the hotel, which is a commercial space, causing damage to the windows and the roof.

The dragonfly was then filmed again and photographed with the wing of the dragon, which was removed.

This photo was taken on the roof of the hotel and was taken with a camera mounted on the ceiling.

A similar scenario occurred in May when a dragon flew into a building at a different location.

A few days later, the dragon was filmed flying back to its original location and crashing into a nearby building.

This video shows the dragon in flight during a dragon fly encounter.

The researchers believe that the dragon may be an adaptation of a species that is native to the Japanese island of Kyushu, and that it may be able to fly into buildings, which may be more suitable for humans than the other types of dragonflies that are native to Japan.

The species is known to eat fish, and is known for its ability to swallow fish whole.