Partially Collapsed and Partially Inhabited….

Wandering around looking for some interesting building to write about, I stumbled upon this:

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It’s a row of single floor houses, very old style, but still fairly common around this area. They are often abandoned.

The middle unit was some kind of shop.

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Moving along to the end of the block…

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But check out the condition of the back of the end house.

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Completely collapsed! And overgrown, too. What a mess! And what a fantastic sight!

Moving back down to the other end of the block of houses, and I saw this….

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A light is on! Unbelievably, someone is actually living in this semi-collapsed block of houses! 信じられない!

Some pictures of the TV antenna on top of the houses.

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One the craziest things I’ve seen in my search for 廃墟 (abandoned buildings).

Thanks for looking!

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3 Responses to Partially Collapsed and Partially Inhabited….

  1. Jaya Powell says:

    Oh wow! Where did you find this place? I’d love to just hang out there for an afternoon, looks really cool😀

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    • nagoyablue74 says:

      It’s just near my house. There are loads of places like this in almost any residential area of Japan. I find them by just wandering about.

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      • Jaya Powell says:

        So cool! I did some wandering myself, there are a ton of graveyards out in Yagoto, really huge ones, so my wanderings took me there mostly lol. I would have loved some places like this though🙂

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