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Nature observation in Japan

The country of Japan has a startling variety of animal shows to enjoy all year long. Japan’s natural-history excursions, which were established in the early 1980s for foreign tourists, give you the chance to see more of the nation than just its typical cultural hubs. Every season of the year is a fantastic opportunity to …

Wildlife-watching Tips for Japan

Japan is undoubtedly overpopulated, but the feeling is made worse by the fact that the 126 million people living there are crammed into the tiny area of flat terrain, which is ideal for coastal ribbon development and inland urban sprawl. Nevertheless, there are spots that are widely known for their indigenous wildlife even inside these …

Wildlife – watching In Japan

  The various environments of Japan offer a wealth of chances for wildlife viewing. Important Wildlife Watching Areas This diversity can be observed from a window, on foot or by using another means of transportation, or even from an outdoor hot spring. The southwestern islands of Iriomote, Ishigaki, Okinawa, and Amami-shima provide particularly good opportunity …

Large Gulls of Japan

Black-tailed Gull and Slaty-backed Gull, two East Asian gull species, frequently breed in Japan. They are joined by significant numbers of several other large species, including Glaucous Gull, Glaucous-winged Gull, Vega Gull, and Common Gull, during the spring and autumn migratory seasons as well as in the winter. Any river mouth or fishing harbor in …

Japanese Dog Breeds – Sakhalin Husky

Japan is renowned for having the best sushi in the world, amazing anime, and cunning ninjas. In the year 2022, there was a “pet boom” in the nation of Japan. Rearing dogs has, at least in the view of the Japanese, evolved into a practical and feasible substitute for raising children. In Japan, the number …

The Rodent Fauna of Japan

Rodents are one of Japan’s most common species. Because to the past link of the proto-Japanese islands to the Asian continent, as well as the subsequent protracted isolation of its various islands, Japan has a diversified rodent ecology. This fauna includes both common commensal species like the Brown Rat (or Norway Rat) and rare endemic …

Watarase Retarding Basin In Tochigi Prefecture

With a total area of nearly 3,300ha, the Watarase Retarding Basin is Japan’s largest retarding basin, spanning the four prefectures of Tochigi, Ibaraki, Saitama, and Gunma. The huge heart-shaped Lake Yanaka lies gently gathering water at the southern edge. In addition to water sports such as wind surfing, canoeing, yachting, and other water sports, as …

Japanese Fish Fugu – the most expensive and deadly delicacy in the world

Puff fish is regarded one of the world’s most poisonous fish. To try something that more than a dozen people want to do. Many people are willing to give an organized sum in exchange for excitement. So, what makes this tiny fish so dangerous? Tetrodotoxin is a fatal poison found in this little fugu fish. …