Ibaraki Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan, located in the Kantō region on the main island of Honshu. The capital is Mito. Ibaraki is known for nattō, or fermented soybeans, in Mito, watermelons in Kyōwa, and chestnuts in the Nishiibaraki region.
The Yasato Post Office is a very simple haikyo, yet cute with a nice melancholic vibe.
It was a sect running a fake religion and a huge scam.
This house belonged to a wealthy politician and former French professor called Mr. H.
Entering the clinic’s ground, we were sent back to 1932, when the building was erected, all white and clean, with a modern kind of look, slightly western.
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.
The Hoshino Kimono Shop is a very lonely two-storey house on the border of a road in Ibaraki. I went there for a visit by night, and I was quite tensed: the house was buried in a complete darkness.
Ibaraki Higashi Hospital is one of the rare "modern but wooden" hospitals that aren't demolished yet.
Kashima Naval Air Factory was used during World War II.
The Queen Chateau Soapland is a fantastic soapland (turkish bath) / love hotel in Ibaraki.
The Skynet Pachinko is a very interesting abandoned amusement parlor, located in Ibaraki.