Abandoned Houses in Aichi.

Out for a walk to try and clear a stinking migrane I had, I spotted a path I’d never wandered down before.  The headache probably explains how I managed to take so many blurry pictures without noticing.  I apologise in advance.


So I thought I’d have a little look, seeing as there were some old-looking buildings down there.  Little did I know what I’d find…..

Hello, what’s this, an open door?


Old looking house, too.  So I thought I’d have a quick peek inside.


It looked abandoned and fully open, so in I went.


First thing I saw was an old chair, followed by the washing machine!


A quick look at the state of the floors told me I wouldn’t be venturing any further than the hallway.


Roof wasn’t much better, either.


Still, plenty to be seen from the door way.

Like the kitchen, and the a fan and picture in the first room from the entrance.


Nice light switch and light fitting in the entrance, too.



To the left from the entrance, two more rooms.

The first was hard to see without going inside.

WP_20150214_14_24_43_ProThe next was a bedroom towards the back of the house.

The cupboard you can see is where the futons would be stored during the day, only to be brought out at bedtime.  It’s a pretty old style set up.



And between the kitchen and sleeping area, a collapsing hallway into the garden.  I think….WP_20150214_14_23_49_Pro


And one small window and a sink in the rooms to the right of the entrance.



And that’s about it.  Walking down the rest of the street though, turns out there are loads of abandoned, open houses in the same row.  So I’ll be headed back next chance I get.  Here is a taster, though.


Thanks for reading!

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