Named after Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, this theme park 2.5 hours outside Tokyo was only open from 1997-2001, until it closed from lack of visitors. Before it was demolished in 2007, urban explorers crawled over every inch of it. Here's some of what they saw. (From Web Urbanist and Sleepy City, via.)
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