This house is on a top of a little hill in the middle of the woods and, at the same time, of a big town.
After a hundred meters, a huge parking lot suddenly appeared. The sky cleared a bit, the rains stopped, and it seemed we were lucky after all.
You will found this abandoned bowling alley hidden in the heart of green mountains.
The Russian Village is one of the first abandoned leisure parks in Japan that I had seen pictures of. Paradoxically, it is also the one I visited the last.
Seven years after it being a haikyo, the Ryokan Hospital has lost all its warm steam, left only with the dull darkness.
The New Zealand Farm is a place that is only suitable for a perfect weather, with a nice breeze and a relaxed heart.
The pagoda of the Tenkaen appeared clearly among the vegetation and could be seen from afar. We parked our car not far from the entrance.
Rainbow hotel was built during the 1990s when the Great Seto Bridge was completed.
The Deer Spring Lodge is an infamous and rotten ryokan abandoned in some remote area around Chichibu, in Saitama Prefecture.
The Pearl Love Hotel is, to be honest, one the worst haikyo I ever visited. Grass is overgrown all over the place, deeming it almost inaccessible.