Cats in Japan

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Japan's obsession with cats is laid to bare.

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Discover Shikoku in Six Days

Being Japan's smallest island, Shikoku isn't the first place most first-time or even second-time travellers would consider for their itinerary. But the lack of foreign tourists compared to the main island Honshu creates a distinct old time charm that can be appreciated by those looking to visit another side of Japan. Shikoku consists of four prefectures — Ehime, Kagawa, Tokushima, and Kochi, and this six-day plan will bring you across the first three prefectures.

Tashirojima Cat Island

Come visit a Cat Island in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Tashirojima is the place to feed and play with cats, stay in Cat Cabins, and even pay your respects to the cat shrine.

Cat Alley In Onomichi

Neko no Hosomichi or Cat Alley in Onomichi is hidden away between the sloping streets that wind around the town. It connects art, the town, people and greenery into one unique experience that you will not forget.

Cat Stationmaster at Ashinomaki Onsen

Meet 'Love', the cat stationmaster at Ashinomaki Onsen Station, in Fukushima's Aizu-wakamatsu region. Love took on the honorary role at this small, rural station on the Aizu Line at the turn of 2016, replacing his predecessor 'Bus'.

Hello Kitty Sanrio Puroland Tokyo

Hello Kitty theme park, Sanrio Puroland, is located in Tama City, Tokyo. An indoor amusement park that is a sure hit among young girls and fans of Hello Kitty and her friends, from across the world.