Across the road from Jungle Park was this smashed-up restaurant/souvenir shop. I`ll guess it wasn`t actually connected to the theme park, though it probably survived on the tourists who came there. Inside it felt inhabited, with clothes hanging on rails to dry, but I didn’t run into anyone. The area was very still for most of the time I poked around, with hardly even any cars going by.
‘Kotobu’ (the sign on the front) may be the stem of ‘Kotobuki’ which means ‘Congratulations’.
It was an easy explore, in through the window as the video shows, with a couple of fun little finds.
Gas conro like stops on an organ.
Love this OVEN!
A Tokyo Times-esque detail shot.
Water tank orb fallen down.
Signs of habitation.
I read ‘The Girl who Played with Fire’.
Futon area, explained handily in the video.
Presumably Colonel Perry`s Black Ship. He landed at Shimoda which is fairly near here.
Road mirror off its moorings.
See a curation of world ruins in the ruins gallery.
See my collection of Japanese ruins (haikyo) in the galleries:
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