Abandoned Amusement Parks are very rare to see in urban exploration. Their original surreal settings makes them very attractive. And it is always so fun to wander around in a huge abandoned park all by yourself.
Nara Dreamland is an abandoned amusement park in Nara. It was built in 1961 and is extremely inspired by Disneyland in California.
The Biwako Ferris Wheel used to stand next to the Lake Biwa, a few kilometers from Kyoto.
The Western Village is an old-fashioned cowboy town, with its restaurants, bars, prison, bank, theater...
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.
A beautiful place to visit with blue sky and untouched cotton snow.
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.
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.
Kejonuma Leisure Land is a tiny but beautiful abandoned amusement park.
Here we are in the middle of the mountains, in the Izu Peninsula. Under dense vegetation, there is a resort once popular with the Japanese from Fukuoka and Tokyo.