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"I found an empty lot that looks like the ghost of a house."
Toshibo (@JIYUKENKYU_jp) posted a photo on twitter with the caption above.
Apparently, the condo building previously next door was built too close to the house and a part of the concrete wall was left bare without painting, leaving a house-shaped shade on the wall.
“This is really cool” and “At first, I wasn’t sure what I was looking at” are some of the comments left for this photo. Take a good look.
The condo building next to the house was built too close to paint the wall, so there's a partially unpainted left bare concrete wall as a result."
From afar, it eerily looks like the house is still there in the lot.
This is apparently commonly seen where the walls are left bare due to the too close proximity with the neighboring buildings.
This could be a fun activity trying to spot these interesting sights on your walks!