The capital is Yokohama. Kanagawa is part of the Greater Tokyo Area. In 1945, Kanagawa was the 15th most populous prefecture in Japan, with the population of about 1.9 million.
In the middle of a neighborhood of Yokohama, not far from Tokyo, proudly stands one of the most famous ruins of Japan: the Negishi Grandstand.
Located on a hill, the narrow entrance cuts in between the soft rocks, plunges right into the darkness.
Seven years after it being a haikyo, the Ryokan Hospital has lost all its warm steam, left only with the dull darkness.
It must have been a popular place for the locals before, with the nice onsen baths, karaoke, and hair dresser's room.
Midori no Sono is an old abandoned Nursery School. The name Midori tells us about the owner, as well as the environment around.
The Hotel Royal is a huge 7 floors love hotel located in Kanagawa, not far from Tokyo. This ruin has been obviously there for a while, but at our surprise, the alarm was still actually working !
The Royal House is the most interesting haikyo I've ever been to. It took me a few trips and intensive research at different places to understand slightly the story of the family who lived there.
Toyo Bowl is an abandoned bowling. I didn't enter the building though, as it seemed filled with asbestos with signs all over the place.
The Keishin Hospital was my first haikyo, unfortunately my visit was quite unfortunate. The hospital was fenced up a few weeks before!