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japan ruins.


totally forgot about this site and then went on a hunt for it today. this site is a huge photo gallery of abandoned japanese buildings, industrial and otherwise. some wonderful cyberpunky dystopian stuff as well as abandoned temples, villages, schools and so on. visit here.


posted by javihyev
12:59 PM


Blogger Stephen said...

man, i'd forgotten about that site. I used to love searching around those kind of derelicts as a kid, but none of the ones I saw were as cool as those. I only wish the pictures were bigger.

September 4, 2008 at 12:19 PM  
Blogger henri.death said...

I red your post of Boredoms on http://sunflowerchakramilk.blogspot.com
We have some same interests.

For other japanese ruins :

they are book of japanese ruins on amazon.co.jp...


September 17, 2008 at 6:35 AM  

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