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Scary abandoned Japanese theme park o ya know just look out while flying and see this . not freaky at all
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Gulliver’s Kingdom was a failed theme park located near Kawaguchi-machi, Yamanashi prefecture, Japan. The park opened in 1997 and typified the “bridge to nowhere” construction projects Japan’s government and banking sector championed in the 1990s.
Abandoned Japanese Theme Park. Gulliver's Travels in ruins and Mount Fuji looming from a distance.
Ghost trains and forgotten Ferris wheels: abandoned theme parks – in pictures... The rotting ruin of a giant Gulliver being captured by the people of Lilliput at Japan’s dormant Gulliver’s Kingdom. The theme park, based on Jonathan Swift’s novel Gulliver’s Travels, was built near Mount Fuji close to Aokigahara forest, a place associated in Japanese mythology with demons and a popular place to commit suicide.
abandonedthemepark - Google Search Gulliver's Kingdom , Japan , is one of the more unusual theme parks . Located at the foot of Mount Fuji, the park was adjacent to Aokigarah, Japan's infamous 'suicide forest' and in the same village where the Aum Shinriyko doomsday cult , the cult behind 1995's Sarin gas attacks in Tokyo, was headquartered .No doubt these factors contributed to the park's closing in 2001. It has been abandoned since then.
One, because I find #abandoned places intriguing. Two, because I love big statues
Abandoned Gulliver’s Kingdom Theme Park in Japan. Talk about random!
Awww......Gulliver...in abandoned Japanese theme park