Animal Places in Japan

These destinations are all accessible to an adventurous traveler, although these places are not really intended to be a tourist spot. Many people prefer this type of places rather than zoos because it’s sad to see animals getting caged up and not having too much freedom.

Check out these amazing places that you may want to visit especially if you’re an animal lover! 😀

The Japanese Archipelago

The Japanese archipelago is the group of islands that form the country of Japan, and extends roughly from northeast to southwest along the northeastern coast of the Eurasia mainland, washing upon the northwestern shores of the Pacific Ocean. It consists of islands from the Sakhalin island arc and the Northeastern Japan arc.

Archipelago definition.

An archipelago is a group of islands. This group can run for several hundred miles long.

Hawaii, Japan, and the British islands are excellent examples.

Japanese Decoration Ideas

From the old era to the modern era, Japan has been known to have one of the most amazing and crafty decorations. This left various people to be inspired and amazed at the same time. Nowadays, modern decors have influenced the life of the majority, and Japan still left us in awe even when it comes to its decoration market.

Akihabara

Akihabara, also called Akiba, is a home for electronics. It has many electronic shops ranging from tiny one-man stalls to large electronic retailers. Over the years, the place is not only known as the home for electronics but also the center of Japanese otaku and anime culture.

Gods & Goddesses in Japan

Japan is known to have many gods and goddesses. These native, divine personas are famously called as “Kami-sama” in Japan. “Kami” means god while the suffix “-sama” refers to someone with high reverence and honor. Kami are gods that are either spirits or deities of the beliefs and religious traditions found in Japan’s culture and history. They come from animal spirits, spirits of deceased loved ones or truly gods written in Japanese mythology.