Abandoned hospitals and clinic are magic places. Filled-up with medication and sometimes even organs, we wonder how they could be abandoned and left untouched for so many years.
The Tuberculosis Sanatorium for Children was built in 1943 and the government tried to manage the spreading and the treatments of the highly contagious disease.
In the middle of the most boring and dying town of Japan was standing a dreadful clinic. We named it simply the Surgical Lights Necropolis.
I have to say, I really loved the outside much more than the inside : it seems to have been a nice and pleasant garden with trees, flowers, and... pine fruits!
The Clinic Z is, as far as I know, the oldest abandoned clinic of Japan. It was a real delight to the eyes, especially with the buried golden sun and the white snow.
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.
The Osaka Clinic was built in 1921. Even for us Haikyo lovers it is not common to see hospitals from that era.
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.
The Dragon Fort is an inspiring metabolism building, designed by Watanabe Youji.