Japanese Ghost Towns








The word Haiko in Japanese means ruin and despite the popular misconception that Japan is a country that is an overcrowded metropolis forced to grow upwards couldn’t be further from the truth. There are hole towns that have been abandoned and plots of land that were once thriving business which are now untouched skeletons of their former selves. Here are ten of the most beautiful, weirdest and haunting ghost towns in Japan Follow this link to session more information and shots. Japanese Ghost Towns

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~ by overlanda on May 18, 2010.

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