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Aokigahara The Forest

Aokigahara The Forest

aokigahara forest sea of trees

aokigahara forest sea of trees

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A suicide note found nailed to one of the trees in Japan’s famous Aokigahara forest, also known as suicide forest where up to 100 people go to take their lives each year.

A suicide note found nailed to one of the trees in Japan’s famous Aokigahara forest, also known as suicide forest where up to 100 people go to take their lives each year.

Aokigahara forest, Japan - Aokigahara is known as the Sea of Trees, a 35 km forest that lies at the north west base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest, which has a historic association with demons in Japanese mythology, is a popular place for suicides. 青木ヶ原

Aokigahara forest, Japan - Aokigahara is known as the Sea of Trees, a 35 km forest that lies at the north west base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest, which has a historic association with demons in Japanese mythology, is a popular place for suicides. 青木ヶ原

Aokigahara Forest in Japan - Called "the perfect place to die," the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction as the world's second most popular place to take one's life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Compasses do not work in this forest and people get lost due to the thick canopy of trees.

Aokigahara Forest in Japan - Called "the perfect place to die," the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction as the world's second most popular place to take one's life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Compasses do not work in this forest and people get lost due to the thick canopy of trees.

青木ヶ原樹海 紅葉 - Google 検索

青木ヶ原樹海 紅葉 - Google 検索

Aokigahara Forest in Japan has around 50 to 100 suicides a year. Military and police sweep the forest area once a year to recover as many bodies as they can find.

Aokigahara Forest in Japan has around 50 to 100 suicides a year. Military and police sweep the forest area once a year to recover as many bodies as they can find.

青木ヶ原樹海 紅葉 - Google 検索

青木ヶ原樹海 紅葉 - Google 検索

The Most Terrifying Places on Earth - Condé Nast Traveler  Aokigahara Forest (aka Suicide Forest) (1/2) Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan This seemingly serene forest at the bottom of Mount Fuji has an extremely tormented history. Colloquially known as “Suicide Forest,” Aokigahara is the world’s second-most popular site for suicides (after the Golden Gate Bridge)—in 2010 alone, 247 people attempted to take their own lives here, and 54 of them were successful. (© Robert Gilhooly / Alamy)

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The Most Terrifying Places on Earth - Condé Nast Traveler Aokigahara Forest (aka Suicide Forest) (1/2) Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan This seemingly serene forest at the bottom of Mount Fuji has an extremely tormented history. Colloquially known as “Suicide Forest,” Aokigahara is the world’s second-most popular site for suicides (after the Golden Gate Bridge)—in 2010 alone, 247 people attempted to take their own lives here, and 54 of them were successful. (© Robert Gilhooly / Alamy)

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