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japan ruins.

9.03.2008


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.



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posted by javihyev
12:59 PM

2 Comments:

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...

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

For other japanese ruins :
http://nibansenji.nomaki.jp/
http://blog.livedoor.jp/kobateck/

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

cu

September 17, 2008 at 6:35 AM  

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