Urbex in Japan
Here is my list of abandoned places in Japan. The map below represents spots which are quite famous, or which has been demolished. Secret spots are not shared by this website.
In the middle of a neighborhood of Yokohama, not far from Tokyo, proudly stands one of the most famous ruins of Japan: the Negishi Grandstand.
This factory was making Hatchō Miso, a dark miso paste made using a process of steaming soybeans.
There were many beds for the patients and what seemed to have been observation rooms... but that was all surrounded by Greek statues!
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.