This small, quaint village in Japan seems an idyllic destination for anyone wanting a getaway from the bustling city life. And while that may be true at first glance, a closer look reveals that Nagoro is more eerie (and a bit sad) than anything; the dwindling population has left it mostly deserted, save for the dolls made by artist Ayano Tsukimi, displayed to represent those who left or died.

Name: Valley of the Dolls

Lat, Long: 33.8563848,134.0196847

Location: Nagoro, Japan

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