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.
Fuchu Military Base can be dated back in 1950s, back then it was an military base used by US 5th Air Force for communication purposes.
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 Ogurasawa School wasn't easy to find at all, but definitely worth the effort. This school was used by the residents of the famous haikyo: Nichitsu Ghost Town.
Kemigawa Radio Transmitter is the radio station which introduced the U.S. into World War II, as a result of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Yui Grand Love Hotel - ホテル活魚 - is a love hotel with a real striking story behind. A few years ago, a gang of 3 criminals kidnapped a schoolgirl, kept her in one of the rooms.
Fuurin Motel is a majestic love hotel, found in a little town in Chiba. It only counts less than 10 bedrooms, or shall we say "suites", in total.
The Hotel Royal is a huge 7 floors love hotel located in Kanagawa, not far from Tokyo. This ruin has been obviously there for a while, but at our surprise, the alarm was still actually working !
Tenjinyama Castle is a lonely Japanese style castle abandoned on a forbidden hill in Saitama. The structure seems very fragile inside.
The Deer Spring Lodge is an infamous and rotten ryokan abandoned in some remote area around Chichibu, in Saitama Prefecture.
Shirawai Village is lost in the mountains in Saitama Prefecture. A little trek is required to find the village, that is actually quite small and scattered on a wide perimeter.