Japanese ruins are somewhat very melancholic in comparison with the ones we find on the European or American urbex websites. Check by yourself.
Seline Love Hotel became famous for all the drawings depicting a pregnant woman surrounded by mysterious messages.
The Western Village is an old-fashioned cowboy town, with its restaurants, bars, prison, bank, theater...
I had never seen photos of the inside the Seahorse Clinic so I got really excited when we arrived in front of it.
However, I could see something eerie slightly glowing in the darkness...
After a hundred meters, a huge parking lot suddenly appeared. The sky cleared a bit, the rains stopped, and it seemed we were lucky after all.
The biggest chrome mine in Asia, the Wakamatsu Mine lays on the side of some mountain in Okayama Prefecture.
The atmosphere of the Sakamoto School is breathtaking: it is located on a little hill, close to other houses but it is really quiet.
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.
The building was originally designed to host salary-men coming from outside Tokyo. Its very specific, modular design was supposed to allow the capsules to be detached and re-attached at will.
A beautiful place to visit with blue sky and untouched cotton snow.