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Abandoned Japanese Amusement Parks Are Pretty Creepy

There is something both sad and creepy about an abandoned amusement park. Here are a couple of particularly creepy ones in Japan. This is “Takakanonuma Greenland” which was abandoned in 1975desktop-1420052824-1 desktop-1420052824 desktop-1420052825-1 desktop-1420052825 desktop-1420052827 desktop-1420052828 desktop-1420052829 desktop-1420052830 desktop-1420052831-1 desktop-1420052831 desktop-1420052832And the equally creepy, but more recent “Nara Dreamland” which was abandoned 2006:

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The Japanese call these places haikyo (廃墟) and there are plenty of them scattered around Japan – mostly due to competition from larger parks.

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