Tochigi Prefecture is a prefecture located in the Kantō region on the island of Honshu, Japan. The capital is the city of Utsunomiya. In March 2011, following the Fukushima I nuclear accidents, levels of radioactivity in Utsunomiya were 33 times higher than normal.
The Western Village is an old-fashioned cowboy town, with its restaurants, bars, prison, bank, theater...
Yamamoto Grand Center is an old and quite famous SPA built into a rock.
Kappa Onsen Hotel is the most infamously huge haikyo hotel I've ever seen. The rooms are rather in a very bad state, and it's clearly a perfect spot for those fake Japanese TV shows about ghosts.
The Kaso School and the Ozaku Village really came as a surprise. The school is rather empty (except for a few books and chairs), but the village next to it, although really small, holds a mysterious aura.
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.
Murakashi Mine is another limestone mine in Japan that has been left rusting in peace. The particularity of this one is its impressive colorlessness.