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   Chapter 15 Kiyotaki Tunnel

Creepy Japanese Urban Legends By SchoolRainbow Characters: 2275

Updated: 2017-12-05 00:06


Unlike a lot of other urban legends, this one is actually a real location in Japan. The picture above is of the tunnel this legend is about.

The Kiyotaki Tunnel outside of Kyoto is famous for being one of the most haunted and mysterious places in Japan. The tunnel is 444 meters long, has a single lane, and connects northern Arashiyama to the neighboring town, Sagakiyotaki.

So, why is it so popular? The popularity has to do with the story behind it, as well as the encounters people have had while driving through this place.

For the history of this tunnel, it has been said to have been built in 1927 by slaves. As time went by, there were reported deaths among the are

omen wearing white that jumps on cars, dizziness, nausea, headaches, and spirit sightings. It is said that if you see a spirit reflected off of a mirror while driving in the tunnel, you“ll have extreme bad luck.

Overall, if you“re driving in Japan and it“s super dark outside and you see this tunnel, maybe you should just go another way. Or just ignore this and keep on driving. Either way, drive safe out there and don“t get yourself killed in Japan.

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