The Western Village is an old-fashioned cowboy town, with its restaurants, bars, prison, bank, theater...
In the playground there is even a temple and a sakura tree. We couldn't have asked for more.
I had many sexpectations for this museum since Japanese adult world got so much fame for all its sexual eccentricities and strange fantasies.
The main stage was still there, stretching out from the further end, occupying most area in the room; audience's seats are like those found in the old cinemas; 10 big stage lights must have been casting a bewitching sort of ambiance.
Chongryon School is an abandoned North Korean school. It seems that all those schools like to be on top of the hill to guarantee an impressive view.
Nagano Korean School is an abandoned school for North Korean in Japan.
Kejonuma Leisure Land is a tiny but beautiful abandoned amusement park.
Crumbled wooden houses, grass and trees recovered everything, farming and forestry tools everywhere.
New Muroto Sky Resort in Shikoku is probably the weirdest shaped haikyo. It used to contain a restaurant, a video-games parlor, and two side wings from which you could (still can!) admire the Cape Muroto.
The New Sky Building is a massive and impressive warship-like building in Shinjuku. Definitely worth a visit if you are around!