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The Cats Island In Japan Created An Awesome Video Inviting Cat Lover Ed Sheeran To Visit

As a cat lover, one of the top reasons to visit Japan is its 11 "Cat Islands" and mainly the specific one that stands out among them - the  Aoshima island. Also known as "Cat Haven Island," this adorable little area features a cat population that outnumbers humans 10 to 1! When they heard that music pop star, Ed Sheeran, loves cats, they decided to invite him to come and visit in the most purr-fect way. Via: Cats on catnip 

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These Cats Have Been Trying To Get Into This Museum In Japan For Years

A pair of cats has been visiting the Hiroshima Onomichi City Museum for a long time, trying to get inside. A black cat arrived first, as early as June, 2016, but soon brought a ginger cat along too, and together the pair are still trying to sneak past security.

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The Design Plans for the Hello Kitty Train in Japan Have Been Revealed And It's Pawsome

Not long ago, it was revealed that a Hello Kitty train would soon come into existence in Japan, and now, design plans for what the Sanrio-branded mode of transport will look like have surfaced as well. As the plans show, both the exterior and interior of the Hello Kitty train will be overtaken by classic pastel hues, mainly consisting of varying hues of pink. These bright shades will be used to mark the iconic cartoon cat's branding throughout the train, with the walls, counters, benches, head rests, and more all covered in its motifs. On the train, fans will be able to browse branded shops, and take photos in themed booths to commemorate their experience on the obscure train. We have already booked our tickets! Via: Trend Hunter



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Three Adorable Shiba Inus Peeking Through a Wall Have Become a Tourist Attraction In Japan

In a residential neighborhood in Kyushu, Japan, three adorable Shiba Inus have become a popular tourist attraction – and it's not hard to see why. Via: Lost At a minor

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Japanese Monks Host a 'Funeral' For Old Robot Dogs Before Their Parts Get Taken

It's not so strange for animals to get their own Funeral, after all, they become family. However, we have never heard of a funeral for robot dogs! Well, that's what they did in Japan! 114 of Japan's Sony old generation AIBO robot dogs (the world's first machine pet capable of developing its own personality) were sent off to dog nirvana. 

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Akita dogs are big, fluffy and incredibly loyal and come from Akita prefecture in the snowy north of Japan. Today, Street View can take you there in an instant. Odate city wanted to give visitors a snapshot of the local area and, since Akita dogs are such an important part of the city's history and culture, they called on the help of a hardy pair of working Akita dogs — Ako and Asuka — to give their own unique perspective of a dog's life in Akita by strapping a small camera to a dog-friendly harness on their backs. Adorably, you can see their fluffy ears and curly tails as you pivot around in any spot. 

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You Can Now Be a Cat With These Super Realistic Cat Heads From Japan

Housetsu Sato is a wool artist in Japan who just wants you to be a cat so he started making wearable cat heads for people who want to cosplay as cat-headed human hybrids.The heads are made of wool and look incredibly realistic if you don't consider how big they are, and the eyes look like they're following you wherever you go. All the heads are individually handmade, and the short-haired cat heads can be completed within a month. You can even get a head of your own cat made if you send the artist a photo. The heads don't come cheap, however. They sell for 648,000 yen, which is about $6,220 US dollars. You can purchase them online from the Japanese site Dwango. Via: Cat Time

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