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An Island Full of Bunnies- There’s a a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan that is completely overrun with cute, fluffy bunnies who are the island’s main inhabitants.

An Island Full of Bunnies- There’s a a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan that is completely overrun with cute, fluffy bunnies who are the island’s main inhabitants.

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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

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Gyokusendo Okinawa Japan  Okinawa World is the largest theme park of Okinawa Prefecture and presents the history, culture and nature of the island in one place. The most visited attraction is Gyokusendo: a 5,000-meter long cave formed about 300,000 years ago.  850 meters of this cavern are open to the public: visitors can walk in the caves evocatively lit and gape osservanfdo the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Gyokusendo Okinawa Japan Okinawa World is the largest theme park of Okinawa Prefecture and presents the history, culture and nature of the island in one place. The most visited attraction is Gyokusendo: a 5,000-meter long cave formed about 300,000 years ago. 850 meters of this cavern are open to the public: visitors can walk in the caves evocatively lit and gape osservanfdo the spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

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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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Sunset on the Sea of Japan | Travel Dudes Social Travel Community

Sunset on the Sea of Japan | Travel Dudes Social Travel Community

Tsunoshima Bridge - in background Tsunoshima Island (in Sea of Japan); in low-left corner, the shore of Honshu (Main Island)

Tsunoshima Bridge - in background Tsunoshima Island (in Sea of Japan); in low-left corner, the shore of Honshu (Main Island)