Japan appears to be awash with beautiful and irresistibly adorable animal sanctuaries. There’s a Fox Village, where six distinct species of foxes, including red foxes and the rare silver foxes, frolic and play together in a struggle for your attention (and probably for your food, too).
Zao Fox Village is located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture and is a beautiful oasis of adorable foxes. Visitors are given food but are advised not to hand-feed the foxes or bring young children into the Fox Island because the foxes are not tamed.
Foxes are regarded as sly tricksters in Japan, as they are in the West. Some Japanese people think they have supernatural abilities or are messengers of Inari Okami, the Shinto god of rice, fertility, and wealth. If you’re still not persuaded, have a look at these amazing fox images! Learn more about Fox Island and its mischievous fluffy residents by scrolling down.
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