Abandoned Japanese village home to live-sized dolls
A 64-year-old woman in Japan is credited with populating an abandoned village - but not in the way you'd expect.
Over the years, people have slowly left the village of Nagoro on Shikoku Island. There are only a few dozen people left, but thanks to one woman's craftiness, she's been able to populate the small island with a division of life-sized dolls.
The handmade dolls are based on the people who have left - but their life spans are considerably shorter as each one only lasts three years.
She says she's made roughly 350 dolls since she started more than a decade ago.
But that's not the only town where dolls outnumber people.