Pictures here show the abandoned plant in Osaka, Japan which manufactured chemicals on a site and began work in 1960. This is a small, chemically dangerous enterprise that is in a half-destroyed state. Urban explorers personally witnessed a huge amount of mercury residue plus tanks of dangerous, unknown chemicals, at the plant which stopped production in 2008.
For several times urban explorers passed by this abandoned little factory located in an old industrial area in Osaka, Japan Townships. The plant was not only abandoned, but it was also in very good shape. Only one graffiti on the mirror but many signs of chemicals activities. On the concrete floor, a kind of white powder that looks like chlorine and also open traps from where you can see stagnant water and its black and thick color. Surely residues from the big boiler that occupies almost the entire space of the plant.