Lee Chapman of Tokyo Times shoots Japan in a refreshing sense and finds some great locations that look eerily staged, but are reportedly left untouched. His latest shows us an abandoned music recording studio near Mt. Fuji. Looking over the amazing photos, the spirit of anyone that ever recorded or visited the studio come through the images or at least feel like they are out of the frame trying to get your attention.
The shots come from what Japan calls Haikyo which is a term meaning abandoned or ruins. These locations are left untouched due to multiple reasons, but generally a quick need to escape seems to the main factor.
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