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also, the hotel is only about 50 yards from the nakagusuku castle ruins. there are plenty of reasons for this hotel to be haunted. however, the real reason the construction of this hotel was abandoned was due to the castle ruins and surrounding area becoming a world heritage site. i did a lot of research on the area to find the truth and though most of what i’ve found is consistent with the story above, i dug up that true info on a japanese site i had to convert to english.
The Haunted Hotel - Full of Mystery. The Haunted Hotel on Okinawa is an incredible structure filled with mystery, many stories, and even more questions. It is located on a hill right next to Nakagusuku Castle. The pictures in this post were all taken while touring Nakagusuku Castle.
Haunted, abandoned hotel complex on Okinawa is a lesson against messing with Japan’s spirits. The owner was reported to have been a wealthy developer from Naha, the capital city of Okinawa, who according to locals planned to capitalise on the influx of tourism as a result of the 1975 Okinawa Ocean Exposition.
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I went to a Haunted hotel. There is a really famous haunted hotel at Nakagusuku village located in Okinawa. This hotel has been nicknamed China Town by the locals, but I don’t know why. It’s not really related to China at all. I have heard some scary stories from this place, when I was a school student. Finally, I went there and explored.
Haunted Hotel In Nakagusuku, Okinawa. Posted on January 17, 2016 March 12, 2016 by admin. 8. SHARES. Share Tweet. Hidden away behind the Nakagusuku Castle Ruins Site (a UNESCO World Heritage site) in the middle of the island of Okinawa, Japan is an abandoned hotel.
Royal Hotel, Okinawa. An infamous haunted place in Japan, the Royal Hotel is an abandoned hotel that was built on the Nakagusuku Castle’s sacred grounds. Legend has it that the spirits and souls who once lived in the castle were angered by this construction, causing a string of unfortunate events to its owner and construction workers.
Marine Corps dubs Okinawa's Royal Hotel ruins off-limits. Adjacent to the restored remains of the 15th-century Nakagusuku Castle, the sprawling Hotel Takara, also known as the Royal Hotel, was added to the list of off-limits sites in an order by Lt. Gen. Richard C. Zilmer, commander of Marine Corps Bases Japan. The order was issued June 10...
Haunted Places. Soon into the building, several construction accidents claimed the lives of those working on the hotel. Workers began to fear going to the site, and soon everything was abandoned. The businessman went bankrupt not long after the hotel idea failed, and now resides in an insane asylum.