Friday, July 24

The Inunaki village-the real story

The Inunaki village-the real story

To start I'm going to show the place where the location of the lot where the Inunaki village
99% of what is published on the Inunaki village, are inventions. Pure urban legend,of which I highlight the following key points:

The existence of a clan called the Inunaki, which practiced incest.
That only a single old woman live in the village.
Japan's laws would not apply in this place and there would be a plaque indicating this.
A man would Chase with an axe or a sickle who visited the village.
That Japan's defense forces, forming foods of helicopters, residents of the village.
It is a village away from society because in the past, an infectious disease would spread there.
A young man with a gun, would have killed all the inhabitants and so the village was abandoned.

With a quick analysis, anyone can see that these are inventions.
The rampant unrest about the Inunaki village, is similar to what happened with the Yanagase district, which caused an immense nuisance to cause and its residents.

The gate of the dam. 
All have the ' no parking ', since the transit of vehicles is frequent.

On the part of the legend that talks about murders that occurred in the village and that because of that, the place would have been abandoned, as also occurs in the urban legend of the village Sugisawa, that comes from the Tsuyama incident, a real case occurred in 1938, where a boy killed 30 people in a village in a fit of madness, coming in for Criminology II as one of the biggest massacres in history.

The real story of the Inunaki village and its greatest legends.

At the end of the Edo period (1603-1868), the Inunaki village existed under the jurisdiction and tax collections of the Kuroda clan and was located at the bottom of a valley in the mountains, where the main source of income of the inhabitants, was the wood removed from forests. Until 1889, the village belonged to the municipality of Inunaki Kurate, Fukuoka, Japan. The village came to own two warehouses for storing charcoal, one of which was located in the Valley of Inunaki built with the allowance of a rural cooperative, however, the building was devastated by a flood in the year 1959, as well as a local cemetery where the grave Muenbotoke, which was dragged in this flood.

The same gate before image, with the Inunaki tunnel. 
Currently, the tunnel is disabled.

Among the tombs destroyed, were two graves calls the ' tombs of the travellers ', due to the rumor that if someone touched them would be cursed, nobody worshipped. The nameInunaki (Dog/dog's cry) originates from the name of the locale, where a legend has it that once a man came back from a hunting trip and got angry with his dog for him Yelp insistently.
In a fit of rage, he kills the dog soon after being attacked by a black dragon, that is, the faithful dog, was trying to warn him of the danger. These maximum legends Inunaki village.

Before the second world war and during the war, the village Inunaki fueled the Japanese army with charcoal. After the war, the town survived on Agriculture and selling coal through the Union of Yoshikawa and carvoeiro in 1986, the site was chosen for the construction of the Inunaki dam.

Where is the dam, was the former district of Inunaki.
The bridge in the picture appears in times of drought.
The warning plate where today lies the Inunaki village.
Apparently, this is a boar hunting zone.
(It is written on the Board: "no trespassing without permission. Danger. There are traps to capture animals armed. We are not responsible in the event of an accident.There are surveillance cameras installed. Beware of snakes (mamushi).

The home dubbed the ' House of the rising sun ' flag.
 Public transport just benefits the gradual ageing and the oblivion of people about the existence of the place, in which half of the village is in the process of abandonment.

The collapsed ruins.

 The monument commemorating the transfer of the village. (The old one was submerged by the dam).

I think that all the fuss caused by the internet, based on an urban legend, and a great lack of education to those who one day lived in the district and to the Inunaki who still live in the village.
If you find someone talking nonsense about the Inunaki village, please rebuke him and tell him what he's talking about lies and show the truth.

Source: Blogs and internet sites


  1. so this is the inspiration behind higarushi when they cry, i must visit it

    1. The village there is called Inuyashi right?

    2. no... it was called Hinaziwa or something like that... this is definitely not village the anime represents

    3. Shirakawa-go is the inspiration for Higurashi's Hinamizawa.

  2. First of all, dear unknown:
    The anime is called "Higurashi no Naku koro Ni" - 'When they Cry'
    Second: The Village's Name wasn't Hinaziwa, it was 'Hinamizawa'.
    but hey, there's too much anime, to hold it xD

  3. I would love to visit this place, talk to the locals and just get a small glimpse of a lifestyle nearly completely devoid of outside communication and technologies.

  4. When someone visits this village, they never return, so where do the photos come from? Zombie? Ghosts?

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