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  • 4 Amazing Natural World Heritage Sites in Japan

    4 Amazing Natural World Heritage Sites in Japan

    Japan is a place of great natural beauty and a long proud history. There are many amazing Natural World Heritage Sites that explore both aspects of this amazing country. Natural World Heritage Sites are some of the most amazing places in the world. They have been designated by the United […]

     
     
  • 10 Best Places to See Wildlife in Japan

    10 Best Places to See Wildlife in Japan

    If you don’t know much about the plants and wildlife out there in Japan, you would probably like to embark on a trip to learn them practically. Indeed, this could be a real adventure for the whole family. In search of Japanese incredible wildlife, you can start a walk in […]

     
     
  • Japanese Raccoon Dog (Tanuki)

    Japanese Raccoon Dog (Tanuki)

    In Japan, Raccoon dog is known as Tanuki which scientific name is called Nyctereutes procyonoides. It is a cute name and fully matched with this cute animal. Tanuki are native animal to Japan. It belongs to Mammal species of the canid family member and similar to badger, foxes, wolves and domestic dogs. […]

     
     
  • Japanese Crane (Red-crowned Crane) in Hokkaido

    Japanese Crane (Red-crowned Crane) in Hokkaido

    Japanese crane or Tancho is a graceful endangered bird, mostly found in Hokkaido region, Japan. In many countries Japanese cranes are also known as Red-crowned cranes while Manchurian people recognize it as Manchurian crane as well. Are you curious why it is called as red-crowned crane? It is seen that […]

     
     
 
 

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