The Aftermath Of Fukushima’s Nuclear Disaster

“The School Stands Only A Few Hundred Meters From The Sea Front. The Floor Of The Sports Hall Has Collapsed In The Decade Since It Was Abandoned”

“This Arcade Is Now Dark And Empty, With Coin Trays And Paper Littering The Floor”

“Although Most Of The Supermarket Is Dark, A Long Skylight Illuminates The Front Of The Store”

“The Air Inside This Abandoned Supermarket Was Musty And Stale”

“Everywhere You Can See Nature Swallowing Houses And Vehicles, The Things Left Behind When The People Fled”

“The Arcade Machines Here Featured Anime Designs, Some From My Childhood Favorites”

“A Cheeky Nissan Pao Peeks Out From Behind A Small Bush”

“Products And Litter Cover The Floor, The Piles Reach Knee-Height In Some Areas”

“A Japanese Funeral Car, Called A Reikyūsha, Lays Forgotten On An Old Dealership Forecourt”

“This Abandoned Pachinko Hall Would Once Have Been A Hive Of Activity. Pachinko Is A Popular Japanese Arcade Game”

“Sweets And Snacks Still Line The Shelves And Racks, Long Passed Their Sell-By Dates”

“Everything On The Shelves Is Covered With Layers Of Dust And Grime”

“The Chevrolet Impala Ss Looks Like It Would Still Run If The Owner Ever Returns”

“Another Abandoned Pachinko Hall That I Explored In Fukushima”

“As Re-Inhabitation Of Fukushima Begins, Perhaps These Gaming Halls Will Come Back To Life Once More”

“Tarmac Is Cracked And Weeds Grow Everywhere At This Abandoned Car Dealership”

“This Abandoned School Was Evacuated Shortly Before The Tsunami Hit, Everyone Escapes Unharmed”

“Abandoned Shops Are Everywhere, And It Is Forbidden To Approach Them”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *