But the sharpness of the building still remain, intimidating any visitors that are getting too close.
As you walk up the entrance, you can see the first doctor's shadow, he used to work here for quite some years.
After he passed away, a new doctor came. Parked his car here, on the rotation platform.
After the second doctor died, some mysterious old woman used to take care of the dragon.
But neither could she survive its wildness for long. She soon died.
After that an earthquake struck Izu Peninsula. The concrete dragon was cracked, and was considered too dangerous for living.
Some say the dragon's eyes are still shining at night. Hunting for new victims.
No littering, no pooping, no trespassing. You need proper permission to visit any of these places. If you gain access to one of these places, respect it as if it were your home.
Since its owner disappeared in the fog-shrouded mountains of Nagano on a mysterious November day, it is unclear who is keeping this website alive.
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