Zed Clinic

The mysterious Clinic Z (Z医院) was discovered by a haikyo explorer in the 90’s. Then, it became completely forgotten. The hobby was not that big at that time, it was mostly only locals exploring the ruins of their neighborhood. In the 2000’s, the hobby became increasingly popular and even more thanks to the social networks. A few explorers also found a photo of the Clinic Z and looked for it and found it. My friend and I were also able to pinpoint its location but our first trip was a failure; we ended-up 200 kilometers away from its location! Our second trip was way more successful, luckily.

The Clinic Z is, as far as I know, the oldest abandoned clinic of Japan. It was a real delight to the eyes, especially with the buried golden sun and the white snow: it looked ancient, smelled ancient, felt ancient, the machines and tools inside were so old that it seemed like they could turn into dust upon a touch. The wooden buildings were originally very thoughtfully arranged. Inside, there was of course the doctor’s room but also an operating room, a scanner room, and many family rooms in which the doctor and his family spent their lovely time.

What stroke me the most was the doctor’s observation room. It was all wooden and beautiful, the colors were so soft to the eyes, it looked completely unreal. A perfect set for a movie. The operation room was the state of the art: at the time, there was no good lighting existing for conducting operations and so they were using a glass window at the roof to provide an even lighting of high quality.

The Zed Clinic deserved to be a museum but, apparently, the owner is planning to demolish it completely.

HIGHLIGHTS

– Ancientness
– Operating room
– Doctor room
– The snow everywhere around

FACTS

  • Secret
  • 1910 – 1980


  • Tsu

    L’intérieur n’est pas si abîmé que ça par rapport à d’autres haikyo plus récent(e)s, son état est vraiment bien gardé comme si seul un vent doux l’avait érodé avec le temps passant lentement…
    Maginifiques photos 🙂

    • Oui, c’est assez incroyable ! Il est encore assez secret, c’est sa chance… on verra ce qu’il en advient !

  • fasby

    Thanks for gift us these pics. The place really looks calm and disturbing, “trapped in time”. Congrats for the explorers.

  • Puck

    It looks like it was last used in the 1940’s

  • Sabrina Surovec

    This one is just beautiful! Ahhhhh, I’d love to go see more clinics with you! ^__^

  • Seeing all those books left behind makes me sad. As a book lover and an author, I hate to see books left to rot.

    • I actually didn’t really see this way but it’s true, those books are here left to rot and the day the hospital is demolished they will probably just be burnt…

  • 夏至

    It looks like a library more than a hospital.It reminds me of some old hospitals in China.

    • Some old hospitals in China? Oh my god, I would love to see that so much. If you have any links or any photos, please share 🙂 I would be delighted!

      • 夏至

        Thanks for your reply! I will look for the old photos which my grandpa took of old hospital when I return to my hometown.If you want to see some photos of old Chinese traditional buildings,I will be very glad to send them to you!(I am so sorry for my poor English:-P

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