Our small planet has spectacular places to visit. Abandoned or busy, it’s all special in its own way. These few places really caught my eye one day while scrolling on social media. Each one is on my bucket list, and maybe they’ll end up on yours too!
- Shibuya, Tokyo Japan
Shibuya is definitely on my list of places to visit. I like to think of Shibuya as Japan’s version of New York City. It’s a city ward that is home to a major commercial and finance center as well as two of the busiest railway stations in the world. It’s proper name is “Shibuya-ku.” Shibuya is Located in Tokyo, Japan. On April 7th 2000, Shibuya was built. Its soul purpose was to target women collaborating with Keio Corporation. This place is massive and has many shops that interest me.
- teamLab Borderless, Tokyo Japan
teamLab Borderless caught my attention when I first saw a video of it on social media. teamLab Borderless is a group of artworks without boundaries. More so, it’s a museum without a map created by teamLab. This art museum is located in Odaiba Tokyo. teamLabs team was formed in 2001. It opened on June 21st 2018. Visiting teamLab Borderless would be an experience I wont forget. There aren’t many places like it in the world!
- Takeshita Street, Japan
If you haven’t caught on by now, Japan is on my bucket list! I love the country and everything it has to offer. Takeshita street is yet again another street! It’s a busy shopping street with boutiques, cafe’s, etc. It’s It’s located Harajuku Station and Kawaii Central. The street was originally built and opened in 1906. Since then, it’s had multiple renovations. This street attracts young shoppers (like myself). Takeshita Street has been associated with fashion since 1970’s.
- Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
Fujikawaguchiko is a beautiful sight I’d love to see. The town of Kawaguchiko, Katsuyama and Ashiwada villages merged to form the town of Fujikawaguchiko on November 15th 2003. It’s a town located in the Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Fujikawaguchiko is in the foothills of Mount Fuji and is in the same region as Lake Kawaguchi. It’s has such pretty scenery and it gives of a calm vibe.
- Chateau Miranda, Belgium
I love abandoned places and this one really caught my eye. Chateau Miranda is a 19th-century neo-Gothic castle. Its located in the province of Namur, Belgium. In region of the Ardennes. The castle was built in 1866. Sadly, in October of 2017, Chateau Miranda was demolished. The castle was too expensive to maintain and was left to rot in 1991. A fire soon struck Chateau in 1995. Unfortunately, the castle is no longer there although I would have loved to visited!
- Six Flags New Orleans, Louisiana
I have adored this abandoned theme park for a while! It’s honestly a treasure and I hope one day to see it before the place goes extinct. Six Flags New Orleans is an abandoned theme park. The park is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Six Flags New Orleans opened in 2000. It later closed in 2005 due to Hurricane Katrina. Since then, several company’s have planned on reopening the park soon after the hurricane. Unfortunately, this never happened because of how strong the hurricane was. The Six Flags company had filed for bankruptcy for the park in 2013.