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Report - Japanese mining town, empty since the 1970s



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Lupin

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#1
The town housed around 3,000 people at its peak, but judging by calenders found in the place, it was abandoned in the early to mid 1970s. A few buildings have sadly been demolished, and one are two are on their last legs, but there's thankfully still a lot to see.

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For a lot more pictures, and a bit more information, please visit my website here: Tokyo Times
 

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exis7

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#3
I checked this out, and your website but never posted - very nice pics and the place looks great. Good eff!
 

Vivo

28DL Full Member
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#7
I was planning on visiting Japon this year to visit Gunkanjima this year but alas, no luck. Maybe 2009 will be more fruitful.
 

Styru

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#8
Well I say lets ban Lupin! - anyone that turns in such a cracker of a first report is going to show us all up!

Nice one mate.
 

Montstar

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#11
Excellent explore!! I really like your full report on your website. Good job :thumb
 
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Lupin

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#14
Thanks for the nice comments. Glad you liked the pics.

Admittedly though the place is so fantastic that it's hard not to take half decent pictures. Just wish there were more sites like this around the Tokyo area.

Oh, and while I'm no medical expert, I'm pretty sure that is a brain in the jar. Can't think what else it can be. God knows what the other stuff in the jars is though...