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This hotel stays abandoned since 1997.

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№1 Author: Greennauta_ (13 Apr 2012 02:37) Total user comments: 486


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so nice this place!! 04
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№2 Author: plaidpancake (13 Apr 2012 03:32) Total user comments: 2466


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why are all these places in japan getting abandoned? 51
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№3 Author: morrel2 (13 Apr 2012 04:04) Total user comments: 601


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Why does a place get abandoned and everything left inside? And who are the photographers who come along one day and take photos? For example, if they can come along and take photos, how come the places haven't been broken into before and everything stolen/wrecked?
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№4 Author: rusboris (13 Apr 2012 04:13) Total user comments: 458


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What an astonishing place. Why did they leave all the furniture and electronics there? What happened? What's the name of the hotel? Back story please!
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№5 Author: masonb (13 Apr 2012 04:34) Total user comments: 267


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Me Gusta!
How has this place stayed so immaculate for over a decade?
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№6 Author: TheIronSea (13 Apr 2012 04:41) Total user comments: 975


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asi este abandonado, esta jodidamente hermoso, y es mas, justamente es el tiempo el que le ha dado una belleza superior. 01
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№7 Author: Louie (13 Apr 2012 07:06) Total user comments: 8189


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wtf
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№8 Author: Drakox (13 Apr 2012 08:37) Total user comments: 164


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Really my Gf is a photographer, how do you get ppl to let you photograph this places? xD
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№9 Author: tanyat (13 Apr 2012 09:34) Total user comments: 4


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Fantastic photos!This might help for the back stories:
http://ralphmirebs.livejournal
.com/185054.html#cutid1

english translation:
http://translate.google.com/tr
anslate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&pre
v=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&e
otf=1&u=http://ralphmirebs.liv
ejournal.com/185054.html#cutid
1&act=url

P.S.
long url need to be merged
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№10 Author: Bishkin (13 Apr 2012 10:41) Total user comments: 115


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the links dont work
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№11 Author: floskip (13 Apr 2012 11:33) Total user comments: 116


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20 WTF
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№12 Author: mahedi (13 Apr 2012 12:10) Total user comments: 10763


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why those mummified animal are there? 02
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№13 Author: fairmania (13 Apr 2012 12:47) Total user comments: 1417


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morrel2, if you have a look at some of the Urbex sites, you will see that Japanese abandonments are often left alone, due the the cultural respect of the people for others, and their possessions.

If this happenned in nearly any other country this place would have been a derelict shell by now, trashed and devoid of any purpose.

Drakox, people photograph these places by finding them, and finding a way in somehow. Often they are tucked away, and nature takes it's toll on the buildings making ways in as parts of the structure collapse.

A lot of these abandonned buildings are simply the failure of the business. You only have to look around you today the see the same, except in most of our societies the building is stripped of assets on its closure, and the empty builing left to the fates of the hoodies, neds and taggers.

Then the gypsies move in and strip out anything to sell for scrap. What a shit world!
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№14 Author: Píixan (13 Apr 2012 15:24) Total user comments: 1014


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Nice place to spend a Halloween night alone... 62
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№15 Author: Brak61 (13 Apr 2012 17:41) Total user comments: 648


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Looks like Elvis's Japanese whorehouse. Major lack of taste on the part of whoever decorated it. 39
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№16 Author: micliapu (13 Apr 2012 20:56) Total user comments: 2974


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48 51 54 gf
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№17 Author: Lu (13 Apr 2012 21:30) Total user comments: 14881


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Sometimes the happy jappies aren't so happy after all.
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№18 Author: Nsibai (14 Apr 2012 00:23) Total user comments: 5694


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ha
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№19 Author: Greennauta_ (14 Apr 2012 06:26) Total user comments: 486


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mummified animals!!
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№20 Author: Zannkimaru (14 Apr 2012 17:41) Total user comments: 213


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plaidpancake,
because it was washed away by a tsunami
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№21 Author: adzhoe (15 Apr 2012 06:45) Total user comments: 14959


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more info please....
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№22 Author: whisky (15 Jan 2013 20:15) Total user comments: 0


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18 years old whisky plus 18 years .........
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