It’s not due to the shape of this island that it got the nickname of “rabbit island” but because it is completely overrun with the cute, fluffy bunnies..
Kunoshima is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan between Hiroshima and Shikoku. During World War II the island used to be a top secret military site manufacturing poison gas for chemical warfare. Today, it’s completely overrun with cute, fluffy bunnies who are the island’s main .
There are more animals than people in many locations around the world. From wallabies to crabs, there are plenty of places that have an animal pest.
Did you know there are some great fun and free things to do in Kyoto city? I heard so many times as I was planning our trips to Japan .
Tne Nada Kenka Matsuri in Himeji is the most famous “portable shrine fighting festival” in all of Japan. It’s exciting and quite dangerous..