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Although it once housed poison gas factories, Japan's small island of Okunoshima is now home to hundreds of cute bunnies.

Rabbits, rabbits, everywhere! Even though it was pouring rain on the day we were there, the stalwart bunnies did not falter in their mission to beg their weight in bunny snacks.

If you're up for a visit to the biggest bunny meet-and-greet on the planet, Okunoshima is the destination for you.

Japan's Rabbit Island - Okunoshima ウサギ島 - 大久野島 5 - http://www.nopasc.org/japans-rabbit-island-okunoshima-%e3%82%a6%e3%82%b5%e3%82%ae%e5%b3%b6-%e5%a4%a7%e4%b9%85%e9%87%8e%e5%b3%b6-5/

Japan's Rabbit Island - Okunoshima ウサギ島 - 大久野島 5 - http://www.nopasc.org/japans-rabbit-island-okunoshima-%e3%82%a6%e3%82%b5%e3%82%ae%e5%b3%b6-%e5%a4%a7%e4%b9%85%e9%87%8e%e5%b3%b6-5/

Rabbit Island, Japan; http://travelswithcarole.blogspot.com/2013/09/sights-to-see-okunoshima-rabbit-island.html

Bunnies being fed on Okunoshima Island in Japan

Belinda Carlisle was right: heaven is a place on earth. That place is Ōkunoshima, Japan. What’s so special about it, you ask? Take a seat an...

Belinda Carlisle was right: heaven is a place on earth. That place is Ōkunoshima, Japan.

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Bunnies cluster in a group after cabbage is scattered on the ground in Okunoshima, a small island in Japan's Inland Sea.

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Okunoshima Island, Takehara Picture: Friendly bunny - Check out TripAdvisor members' candid photos and videos.

A Herd of Wild Rabbits Chase Down a Woman Giving Out Treats During Her Visit To 'Rabbit Island' in Japan

A Herd of Wild Rabbits Chase Down a Woman Giving Out Treats During a Visit To Japan's 'Rabbit Island'

A herd of wild rabbits chase down a woman offering them treats during her visit to the island of Okunoshima, Japan, colloquially known as "Usagi Jima" (Rab

Do you know there's an island in Japan, which has around 700 rabbits. The name of the island is Okunoshima, located in Hiroshima. The rabbits are not scared of poeple so, you can even touch them. (All photo by uta: https://www.facebook.com/usagijima/)

Do you know there's an island in Japan, which has around 700 rabbits. The name of the island is Okunoshima, located in Hiroshima. The rabbits are not scared of poeple so, you can even touch them.

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It’s known as Rabbit Island and that’s because it’s inhabited by hundreds of adorable bunnies.

Cat-Shaped Lodge - Tashirojima, Japan: Manga artist Tetsuya Chiba designed this cat-shaped building on Tashirojima, also known as “Cat Island". The island earned its nickname for its large cat population, which greatly outnumbers its human population of approximately 100.

A lodge, designed by manga artist Tetsuya Chiba, located on the Island of Tashirojima.

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