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Battleship Island - Japan's Rotting Metropolis

Hashima Island aka Battleship Island. Former coal mining facility owned by Mitsubishi Motors, it was once the most densely populated place on earth, packing over 13K people into each square kilometre. Operated from 1887 until 1974, after which the coal industry fell into decline. With their jobs gone and no other reason to stay in this mini urban nightmare, almost overnight the entire population fled back to the mainland, leaving most of their stuff behind to rot.

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端島(軍艦島), Hashima Island, Gunkan-jima (Battleship Island), Japan, fifteen kilometers away from the infamous Nagasaki. This is amazing inspiration for a short story and I can't wait to incorporate it into one.

Hashima Island Japan At its peak it was the most densely populated city in the world. Coal Mining site now an abandoned city

residential living quarters on Battleship Island ---Japan

Los oscuros callejones del olvido.


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It is known for its coal mines and their operation during the industrialization of Japan. Mitsubishi bought the island in 1890 and began the project, the aim of which was retrieving coal from undersea mines.

but the mausoleum was empty and dark and she did not wish to go in

Abandoned amusement park, japan I wonder how people can just up and leave stuff like this?

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Hashima Island, Japan | Hashima used to be a coal producing island and at one time had the highest population density in the world. There are a number of documentaries on it. Nature is now reclaiming it amazingly quickly!