The Kantō region is a geographical area of Honshu, the largest island of Japan. The region includes the Greater Tokyo Area and encompasses seven prefectures.
The mine already existed before World War I but its real exploitation only started when Nichitsu bought it in 1937.
The Yasato Post Office is a very simple haikyo, yet cute with a nice melancholic vibe.
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.
There were many beds for the patients and what seemed to have been observation rooms... but that was all surrounded by Greek statues!
The Western Village is an old-fashioned cowboy town, with its restaurants, bars, prison, bank, theater...
I had never seen photos of the inside the Seahorse Clinic so I got really excited when we arrived in front of it.
The building was originally designed to host salary-men coming from outside Tokyo. Its very specific, modular design was supposed to allow the capsules to be detached and re-attached at will.
Hidden in the middle of a bamboo forest, this house is nonetheless not without any secret.
It was a sect running a fake religion and a huge scam.
This house belonged to a wealthy politician and former French professor called Mr. H.