J. Culture – Rabbit Island: Okunoshima大久野島

Bunnies Attract Tourists To A Japanese Islet Okunoshima

Okunoshima island(大久野島),  is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan, in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. During BLACK DARK world war II, the island was mainly used as a biochemical weapon testing area.

Today the Island is called Usagi Jima or “Rabbit Island”. It is famous that rabbit population that has taken over the island and become a tourist attraction with many many people around the world coming to the feed……………..CUTE Bunny  :>

(Here is the Official Japan Travel Website:  http://www.qkamura.or.jp/ohkuno/)

Also, people enjoy the islands tourist facilities which include a resort, six hole golf course and camping grounds.

Here is a girl, Lam Yu-Yu, who is a HongKongese tourist running and feeding many many bunny rabbits :>

WOW!!!!       So Many of Them!!!!!!!       So CUTE !!!!!!      :>

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One Response to J. Culture – Rabbit Island: Okunoshima大久野島

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