The abandoned remains of the Fuchu United States Air Force Communications Station are along Koganei Hgihway, in the city of Fuchu, the Tokyo Metropolis prefecture, Japan. The Fuchu Communications Air Station was used beginning in 1957 and was used through 1974 by the USFJ Fifth Air Force. It was used
Hashima Island (also known as Gunkanjima, Battleship Island or Ghost Island) is part of a group over 500 uninhabited islands and lies 9 miles from the city of Nagasaki, in the Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1881 as a coal mining facility, this East Asian island has been abandoned since
The Sun and Moon Drive-In is along the Okayama Highway in the town of Kumenan, the Kume-gun district of the Okayama Prefecture, Japan. This abandoned road side attraction is nicknamed the Sun and Moon Drive-In due to its very interesting street signs but the actually name is (at least from
Nara Dreamland (Nara dorimurando) is a well known shut down theme park located on Nara-ken, Nara-shi, Horensahoyama, 2??1-1in Japan. Nara Dreamland is a now derelict amusement park that was opened in 1961. Inspired by the American Disneyland which opened in 1955 in California and was designed in a mock-like fashion.
The Shime Coal Mine Tower can be found at Fukuoka-ken, Kasuya-gun, Shime-machi, Shime, Japan. Tower construction began in 1941 and ended in 1945. The price to build the tower was over 2 million yen (20,408 USD). The winding tower of Tighten-Town stands at 156 feet tall at its highest point.