The Kantō region is a geographical area of Honshu, the largest island of Japan. The region includes the Greater Tokyo Area and encompasses seven prefectures.
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.
Located on a hill, the narrow entrance cuts in between the soft rocks, plunges right into the darkness.
The basement was undoubtedly the most interesting part of the mental asylum. It was a long corridor studded with barred windows on both sides like a prison.
The Doctor H's Clinic looks more like a house than a proper clinic - and a really gloomy house, that is!
Seven years after it being a haikyo, the Ryokan Hospital has lost all its warm steam, left only with the dull darkness.
It must have been a popular place for the locals before, with the nice onsen baths, karaoke, and hair dresser's room.
The room behind it was way scarier. On a dirty flooring standed an old operation bed and a sink for the doctor to wash his hands and tools.
Yano Power Plant was completed in 1914 and was the first water power plant in Saitama.
I have a question for you... would you find where it is exactly? And what it was?
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.