The “Venice of Japan” in Kyoto: a secret destination tourists don’t know about yet

The “Venice of Japan” in Kyoto: a secret destination tourists don’t know about yet

Japan - View Mysterious freshwater surrounded by the sea Kamii in Numazu City, Shizuoka prefecture

Japan - View Mysterious freshwater surrounded by the sea Kamii in Numazu City, Shizuoka prefecture

Sanin Kaigan National Park  This vast coastal park hugs the Sea of Japan. Sanin Kaigan’s enormous Tottori Sand Dunes are one of the highlights, as well as the picturesque Kinosaki Onsen town.

The 10 Most Beautiful National Parks in Japan

Sanin Kaigan National Park This vast coastal park hugs the Sea of Japan. Sanin Kaigan’s enormous Tottori Sand Dunes are one of the highlights, as well as the picturesque Kinosaki Onsen town.

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park (Colossal)

A Sea of 4.5 Million Baby Blue Eye Flowers in Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

Is the Aokigahara Forest (青木ヶ原) in Japan haunted? Read my experience about hiking off trail in the world's most haunted forest, the Sea of Trees ( 樹海)

The Truth about Japan's Suicide Forest

Is the Aokigahara Forest (青木ヶ原) in Japan haunted? Read my experience about hiking off trail in the world's most haunted forest, the Sea of Trees ( 樹海)

Pine, rock, and water meet along the Sea of Japan,

In the footsteps of Japan’s haiku master

Okunoshima is a small Japanese island, located in the Inland Sea of Japan, in the Hiroshima Prefecture. What’s special about this place is that it is completely crawling with rabbits – a bunny paradise of sorts. Nicknamed the Rabbit Okunoshima attracts thousands of animal lovers every year. Feeding bunnies can be one of the most relaxing pastimes, and people come here to do just that. The island is a popular day-trip and weekend holiday destination.

Okunoshima is a small Japanese island, located in the Inland Sea of Japan, in the Hiroshima Prefecture. What’s special about this place is that it is completely crawling with rabbits – a bunny paradise of sorts. Nicknamed the Rabbit Okunoshima attracts thousands of animal lovers every year. Feeding bunnies can be one of the most relaxing pastimes, and people come here to do just that. The island is a popular day-trip and weekend holiday destination.

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