This Village In Japan May Be The Most Adorable Place In The World

If you are a fox lover just like us, your dream is about to come true. There is a place in Japan, more precisely in the Miyagi Prefecture, where dozens of foxes can freely roam around and make friends with humans: this place is the Zao Fox Village, a fox sanctuary where visitors are allowed to interact with the cute hosts of this place.

Here they will provide you with proper snacks to feed the foxes (for only $0.85), and you’ll have the opportunity to admire the beautiful silver fox, platinum fox and the Japanese red fox.

Since the foxes are not domesticated, visitors should always be careful with hand feeding.
More info on japantravel.com.

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