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Our mission at MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON is to spread Japanese pop culture to the world - that includes fashion, music, anime, food and a whole lot more. We want to reach out to present and future J-fans in the hopes that you will make the trip over to Japan.

With a welcome increase in the number of visitors coming to Japan in recent years, we at MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON have been working with local businesses to offer products and services that are unique to Japan and also assist these companies with their localisation strategies. By employing a mix of marketing strategies, we aim to boost the local economy from inside and out.

In order to realise our hopes, we have created the 4 elements of MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON. They are 1. Our events that take place all over the world (FES), 2. Our MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Information Center (BOX), 3. Our website (WEB) and our original TV show on NHK World (TV.)

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20.March.2017

Discover Hiroshima’s “Rabbit Island”! The Incredible Okunoshima

Kagawa has its Cat Island and Tohoku has its Fox Forest, but did you know about Hiroshima’s Rabbit Island? 700 bunnies are waiting for you on Okunoshima!

The first things to do on your itinerary when you arrive in Hiroshima are going to be getting a good view of Itsukushima Shrine’s giant torii gate and savoring a meal of large Hiroshima oysters. If you’re not sure what to do after that, we’ll introduce you to a place in Hiroshima where you can spend time with some cute little critters.

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The island of Okunoshima is a must-visit for anyone who likes animals. Visit this island and you can have the dreamlike experience of being surrounded by adorable little rabbits!

Hop On A Boat To Go Visit Okunoshima’s Bunnies!

[Hiroshima] Feel Better On

To get to Okunoshima, you’ll need to head to Tadanoumi Port first. The port is in walking distance from Tadanoumi Station, two hours from JR Hiroshima Station on the Kure Line. Once at the port, check out the available ferries. There are ten per day. While waiting, you can pick up postcards, stationery, key holders and many other rabbit-themed products at the souvenir shop. Of course, you can also buy rabbit feed.


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