Koga Family Land was a small amusement park on the Shiga perfecture of Japan. Built on the shores of Biwa lake, the park shut down sometime in the 90s and was left to decay for the next 20 years.
What was left from the amusement park, including a restaurant and a cart ride, was finally torn down in 2008. The only thing standing today is its enormous ferris wheel.
Koga Family Land is located in the southern part of a country club, surrounded by mountains from all other sides – the only way to get there (without sliding down some hill as described later…) is by passing through the same entrance the pink polo shirts wearing men in their best years are using.