Just like the Bunny Island and Cat Island, there’s also a Fox Village. There you can find six different types of foxes, such as red foxes and the rare silver foxes romp and play together in a battle to take your attention and your food.


Zao Fox Village is located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture which is a magical oasis of cute foxes. Visitors are provided with food for 100 yen or about 85 US cents as the foxes are not domesticated, they are advised against hand-feeding them or bringing small children into the Fox Island.

Foxes in Japan are known to be sly tricksters. They also believed to have mystical powers or that they are messengers of Inari Okami, the Shinto deity of fertility, prosperity, and rice.

Here are some amazing pictures of them.

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sources – en.japantravel.com / h/t: kotaku

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