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The L-shaped corridor (L字型廊下 L jikei rōka?)[1] is an area of the Spencer Mansion.


It is an L-shaped corridor that are brighten up by the sets of lit candles on the ceiling. The entire wall is decorated with various wallpaper. The entire floor is covered by the carpets. Several cabinet are placed against the wall, containing creepy items on them.

In the 2002 Remake, the corridor was redesigned. While the wall is decorated with the wallpaper, the floor was made with black and white tiles. The corridor itself are lighten up by the lights hung up on the ceiling. Two cabinets are placed against the wall, the nearest to the exhibition room entry contain various sculptures and of potteries, while the other near the turn contain ornamental plats.



Two Cerberus will jump onto the corridor, by crashing through the windows. One handgun clip can found under the cabinet, nearest to the north east corridor entry. Player can push the cabinet aside to obtain it.

Upon returning here from the Dormitory, two Web Spinner will be present.


As player pass through the window nearest to the exhibition room, one Cerberus will jump into this corridor by crash through the window. Another one will jump onto the corridor on one of the window nearest to the north east corridor.

Later, two Web Spinners will stalk around the corridor.



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Location Localization Original script
The Cabinet Creepy stuff.
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The cabinet near the door to the Exhibition room Various sculptures and bits of pottery.
The painting in the southeast corner A picture of the mansion suspended in darkness.
The cabinet at the southeast corner There's nothing here but a bunch of ornamental plats.







  1. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.359.

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