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The cutest breeds of Japanese dogs

Most of you are familiar with German Shepards, French Poodles, American Cocker Spaniels and it seems that each country has a flagship breed. So does Japan, and to no surprise, most of the popular breeds are extremely kawaii! Unfortunately most landlords do not allow any pets in apartments and if you do not have a…

“Macchan” The Last Man of Fukushima

Naoto Matsumura (松村直登), also known as “The Last Man of Fukushima” is the only person that still lives in Tomioka, Japan after the area was zoned off as an exclusion zone due to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster that followed the giant earthquake and tsunami. Tomioka is seven miles from Fukushima’s nuclear power plant,…

Japan, the Best Place to Be a Dog!

For those who live in Japan, it is common to see the dogs walked everywhere. Maybe some of you have already seen dogs playing in a garden, in a cafe, and in some shops. In Japan, it doesn’t matter if you’re old or young, a woman or a man, they really like dogs and dogs…

Japanese are crazy about pets!

Japan is a pets power. Pets are family to people, and we can say dogs and cats are still strongest of all pets. Nowadays, the number of dogs and cats has outnumbered children under 15. Reference:diamond.jp/ What attracts us Japanese human beings about living with their pets? 1. Pets have great healing power. We work…

Japanese dogs, the internet stars!

When you come over to Japan you will notice that Japanese people love animals and most particularly dogs. That’s why you might see the two most famous Japanese dog breeds that we are going to speak about. Shiba Ken First of all there is very cute Shiba Ken (or Shiba Inu) breed which is one…