Clinic of Dionysos

The Clinic of Dionysos (O医院) is a strange abandoned clinic. The first building wasn’t a surprise itself, it was the “normal” part of the complex. The rooms were desperately empty but there were still a X-Ray room and a surgical light in another room. The only thing that was a bit off was the presence of pachinko machines. Maybe they generated an extra income? 😉

The second building, however, was uncannily eerie. There were many beds for the patients and what seemed to have been observation rooms… but that was all surrounded by Greek statues! I am not sure I would have enjoyed being a patient here. Walking around during the night might have been really scary.

In the backyard, I found a Statue of the Liberty, getting eaten by the trees.

HIGHLIGHTS

– surgical light
– pachinko machines
– Greek statues
– Statue of the Liberty

OUTSIDE


INSIDE


  • many contrasts in one place.. nice!

  • Zach Smith

    I am curious as to what was going on here, any updates? did you happen to look at any of the medication amples?

  • Kimble Huch

    Very interesting and strange place, off to Japan Sunday, will do the Tour to Gunkanjima, can’t wait.

  • Yapitori

    This place looks gorgeous! I’m hoping to start going on my own haikyo adventures, too. I was wondering if you’d be willing to share the location of this site? There isn’t the usual embedded Google map on this photoset.

    • Check the FAQ, I am replying to that question. This place is really secret, until a few weeks ago I shared the prefecture where it was but I have been asked to remove even that information…

      • Yapitori

        Ah, I see. I guess I understand why. I want to start doing haikyo but it’s difficult when one can’t drive. I’m trying to find one in or around Tokyo that would be accessible until I can figure out my transportation problem. Thanks for building this site, though! I’m finding it to be really helpful (and extremely interesting).

  • Genepulp

    lol

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