Gion Kobu Hamachi is a Japanese Edo period role play region circa 1867. The region is run by the geisha of Karyukai Okiya, Second Life's first geisha community. They provide live entertainment in the form of Japanese ozashiki or banquets, dance shows, and traditional seasonal festivals. The region contains two tea houses, an indoor and outdoor theater, Shinto shrine, park lands, and an new art gallery.
Yokai Empire is an Asian-inspired fantasy destination. They have many areas for you to relax and enjoy the scenery. They offer other realms through portals for you to explore, and if you desire, you can create your own fantasy roleplay. This area is the first region of Yokai, in the Mahou District.
Yokai Empire is an Asian-inspired fantasy destination. They have many areas for you to relax and enjoy the scenery. They offer other realms through portals, and if you desire, you can create your own fantasy roleplay. This area is the second region of Yokai, in the Otari District.
小岛市 (Xiǎo dǎo shì) at The Walled City Island with Harbour and Dragon Park is an urban hang-out open to all kinds of people. Kowshima is a small Island with a Japanese and Chinese background. Visit the "Walled City" where you will find plenty of interesting places such as the Junior High School, take a look at the Dragon Park, or visit the club in the Harbour to spend time with friends or meet fascinating new people. They have only one rule: "Be Kind!"
At Kyoto Kagai Hanafusa & Komayaka visit teahouses for geisha entertainment. Experience theater performances and learn more about traditional Japanese art and culture through events and roleplay in modern Kyoto, Japan. You will find shopping, shrines, the Maiko Museum, okiya, and ochaya of the karyukai.
Crowne Heights Community is a Role Play Community themed in the 1950s time period. They support the MyStory and Beyou role-play systems for your living and leisure needs. Their upper-tier community is made up of beautiful homes for rent, an interactive basketball court along with a full playground for MyStory users. You can find their monumental Crowne Jewel Hotel, which is now a historical attraction. A Memorial Park and Sweet Magic Bakery can also be found on this level. Their full services include but are not limited to, Pink Ladies Hair Salon, A Cut Above Barbershop, and Batista's Day Spa. In the Downtown area, you will find interactive bowling and library, The Spotlight Jazz club, and a movie house with premier movies by LP Kidd. The lower-tier community is made up of beautifully built brownstone rentals with a full playground for Beyou users, and an elementary school.
Night Blossom Lounge is a Japanese-inspired nightclub with a romantic atmosphere. Enjoy the nightlife at this beautifully landscaped location and find the perfect spot to take photos in the Garden of Dark Delights. There are also many lounging areas and a game area on top of the club's roof. With many new and inspiring DJs, the genre is always changing to fit the needs of the community.
London 1914-1918 is a fictional representation, inspired by the British metropolis during the Great War. Points of interest include the Admiralty on Whitehall with Room 40 (cryptanalysis), the Board Room, and a little museum with historical information regarding the Royal Navy during WW1. Explore the Whitehall area and the back streets of the Victorian Quarter.
Rungardvik is a Viking settlement located on the coast of Norway. They live in 12th century, follow the traditions of Norse Paganism, worship the Norse gods, train in combat, hunt, fish, sail, and learn about the Norse lifestyle and mythology. Visit the welcome center for more information.
Seiryu Blues Lounge & Bar is the latest jazz club to hit the scene. Seiryu is a uniquely Japanese take on traditional jazz clubs. Located at the back of Kiyori's adult section, they serve as a one-of-a-kind adult nightlife experience in a cozy yet classy atmosphere. Grab a drink and seat yourself at the bar and mingle or lounge on the couches and listen to the musical fusion of modern American jazz meets Japanese culture.
Akijima is a beautiful, authentic Japanese region with 5 separate worlds: Kinkakuji Garden in Kyoto home to Golden Pavilion; Akinawa a tropical island of Okinawa; Kumanogawa - a Riverworld; Hokkano a Winterworld of mountains & ice sculptures; and Tengoku - the performance venue. Lots to do here including posing, dancing, romancing, river-raft and balloon rides; horse-back riding; Tai Chi; meditation; cuddles and magic!
WWII Central is the ultimate World War II-based combat experience in Second Life. It's based on Operation Market Garden, NL 1944. Geared towards VICE weaponry and vehicles, it’s the only area that allows for direct access to over 40 combat regions for warship and aircraft combat, with WWII Central serving as the regions for both infantry and vehicular combat.
The Battle Of The Bulge combat area is based on a snowy area in the Belgian Ardennes and features an interactive flag capturing system. There are destructible parts of the environment, as well as a varied landscape that extends from the forest and wheat fields into a small city center! Made for VICE vehicles and infantry.
Step through the Time Portals in the laboratory to travel back in time! Train like a gladiator in ancient Rome. See Shakespeare's new play at Tudor London's Globe theatre. Visit a chateau just outside 18th century Paris. Explore the slums of 19th century London. Dance the night away in 1930s New York. Or put a dime in the jukebox at the Diner in 1950s-60s America. And much, much more!
Wright Brothers Regional Airfield (ICAO: SLWB) is a dual-runway public airport situated in the Jadu region of northwestern Jeogeot. The aerodrome is located on the coast of the Jeogeot Gulf and as such has access to its large rez-enabled combat area designed for World War II and modern naval warfare. This is the home too for SLCG Substation Jadu.
MeltingDots is a support center for Japanese beginners run entirely by volunteers. There are tutorial institutions, freebie shops, sightseeing guidance, sand boxes, salons and more. Or swing by for the pleasant events held on Saturday nights, with occasional prizes.
With a gangster on every corner, the Chicago of the 1920s is alive with action as daily battles rage over control of the city's bootlegging rackets. Explore the historic city with its speakeasies, jazz clubs, and dark alleyways. Chicago also offers events such as live music and DJ's at their many speakeasys.
Some towns have stories, Tombstone has legends. Experience Wild West role-play set in 1899. Built with historical accuracy, Tombstone is one of a kind. Made up of nine different regions, Tombstone boasts seven different towns, a couple of regions for residential living and Winslow (a Western Shopping district). Will you be a outlaw or law? A Judge perhaps? Come join the fun!
Nestled among the hills and mountains of Colorado, the bustling town of Amiville is home to a variety of peoples, flora and fauna. A modest town in size, yet featuring businesses of convenience such as saloons, banks, bakeries, courthouse, church, funeral parlor and more. Cowboys gather at the the local saloon, humorously named "the Tipsy Maiden" where they drink, socialize, tell their tall tales or gape at the dance-hall girls.
Pray ye visit this enchanted land that recalls a time when lords and ladies danced in the Royal Court of King Henry VIII. Many skilled artisans worked tirelessly to ensure that every castle, abbey, and monastery in the Parish of St. Minutia remain faithful to their historic forebears.
Travel back in time to the silver mining town's vibrant heyday. Located high in the Rocky Mountains, Creede boasts a diverse population and breathtaking views. Locals enjoy the convenience of shopping, horseback riding, civic offices, blacksmith, barber, hotel, saloon, school, church, bank, opium den, and much more. Miners are asked to visit the bathhouse prior to entering the saloon.
Hamster Bar is where hamster lovers gather. Once a year in August, they hold a festival called "Hamster Festival" focusing on hamsters. This festival is enjoyed not only by hamsters but also by many other people. It is crowded with many hamster fans and shopping malls with fun items. Visit for a fun-filled summer!
The Virtual Pioneers group was founded in 2007 by a small group of historically-minded avatars that enjoy using virtual environments to learn and explore. Join them in Second Life at their frequent meetings where they tour or have historically themed events. More info at virtualpioneers.org
Step through the Time Portal in the mysterious laboratory and visit London during the Victorian and Edwardian era. The time machine has a virus, so the time zones have been a bit mixed up. Visit some of the shops and buy clothes from a time when people still dressed in style or buy furniture from a time when these were crafted by people with real experience and talent. Once you're all dressed up, go for a meal at the oyster seller, say a prayer for the poor at the church, have a dance at the music hall and end your evening with a sing-a-long and few pints of ale at the Ten Bells pub. But be careful... the slums and backstreets are the hunting grounds of Jack the Ripper!
Visit Ahiru and enjoy a picturesque Edo-period Japanese village. Walk along winding paths that cut through seasonal changing landscapes. Peacefully row through the waterways that traverse the entire region. You can explore vibrant forests, relax in the hot springs with friends, or take it easy in the lush gardens for a lovely midday picnic. Housing is also offered within this little village.
Step through the Time Portal in the laboratory and visit London during the Tudor era. Have some ale at the tavern, visit the market, train your abilities with a sword and enjoy a new play by William Shakespeare at the Globe Theater at the end of the street! You can also shop with some of the best creators of historical items in SL.
Travel back in time to this big city during an amazing era. Wander down Unter den Linden, explore the dirty old back streets, see a movie at the cinema, visit the museum, enjoy cabaret, dance the Charleston in a small Tanzlokal or at the gay Eldorado club in this role-play region with a 1920s dress code (freebies provided).
Syrinx is a beautiful and authentic Viking village. This moderate, non-combat location includes period-appropriate buildings and activities, they've even got the animals and plants native to Scandinavia. There are many places to engage in chores, spiritual and cultural exploration, relaxation, chores, adventure and maybe a little romance. Beware of sharks and bears!
Shobu is the community center for the Sakura Linden Homes. Enjoy dozens of beautiful gardens and koi ponds, or sit and have some Japanese tea with new friends. The cherry trees have begun their annual cycle coinciding with cherry blossom time in Japan. They transition in three week-long stages. In the last week of March, the trees transform into a state with buds visible. In the first week of April, the buds will bloom. Finally, in the second week of April, the petals start to fall.
Melissa is an a temporal reconstruction of a classic Roman city. Melissa may be a Praefectura, Colonia or a Municipium somewhere in provinces, an outpost to secure and spread the Romanitas in the conquered area. Also the headquarter of Aesopica: sl-events.wixsite.com/aesopica
Step through the Time Portal in the laboratory and visit London in 1940, during the height of the Blitz in World War 2. Have a beer at the pub, dance the night away at the Trocadero club, go shopping in some of the best vintage shops of SL, see the damage done by the Luftwaffe... and when the sirens go... run!
Bathe in the neon glow of this region based on Hong Kong's infamous Kowloon Walled City, a place with a sordid past and where sunlight rarely reaches the ground below. Shops line the narrow city streets and darkened alleys, while Panda Park offers the lone space to stare up at the stars.
Established in September 2021, Kio Zen Garden is a photogenic place of an old Japanese traditional-style garden. You will find bamboo and trees, lotus flowers floating on the pond, a camp and cafe bar, and small amusement areas too. Visit and forget about your busy RL daily life, and enjoy your stay.
Inspired by the operations of the British Grand Fleet during WWI, this destination is a Historical WWI era roleplay. It presents the flagship HMS Iron Duke in real size and captures the mood of that era, in the setting of Scapa Flow. Explore the dreadnought, climb up the forecastle and the bridge, go belowdecks and visit the wardroom, the admiral's and officers' quarters, the ratings' mess, and the galley.
Eight Winds is a roleplay region which is a representation of 10th century Japan during the Heian Period. Full of political intrigue, the Fujiwara Regents are the power behind the Emperor. While the commoners toil, the Nobles, and Samurai look to ever improve their standing.
Antiquity is a light RP estate set in the mid-1700s to the late Victorian era combining the elegance and sophistication of that time with the roughness of that past. It is home to beautiful architecture, including a noteworthy historical reproduction of 19th century Buckingham House (later Palace), themed historical areas, several historical royal courts…and pirates. Antiquity, a life like no other.
This wet jungle is home to hundreds of different plants and animals; some of these are venomous or poisonous. Some species of large predators make their home here. The tallest trees are around 316 feet / 96 meters tall, and the overgrowth is difficult to travel through without cutting tools. Ancient temples are lost deep within them. Indigenous tribes live in the jungle. Bring friends, relax, explore, and roleplay!
Akimitsu is a beautiful, authentic Japanese region of multiple worlds: Hakone at the foot of Mt Fuji is the centerpiece. The city of Arcadia is here, as well as Synapses a region-wide light sculpture. The milky way galaxy is the performance venue! Lots to do here including posing, dancing, romancing, a balloon ride, and horse-back riding. Several magical cuddle spots await you!
Step through the Time Portal in their mysterious laboratory and visit New York during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. The time machine has a virus, so the time zones have been a bit mixed up. Go shopping and find items from the golden age of style and when yer all dolled up, have a meal at Delmonico's, catch a show, get a drink at the speakeasy and dance the night away at the Cocoanut Grove and rent a room at the Ambassador hotel!
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