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These cute, if perplexing, photos were each taken in places called Squirrel Gardens (“risu-en” or リス園 in Japanese). Who’s ready for another Geyser of Awesome field trip? It’s clear that we’ve found yet another reason why we should all get together and travel to Japan, and this time we need to pack a suitcase full of Squirrel Underpants.
Squirrel Gardens are “zoos that specialize in squirrels, and depending on where you go, they have different breeds of the critters as well as other small furry animals like guinea pigs and rabbits.”
As you can see from these photos, some places even allow visitors to touch and feed the squirrels (other locations specifically request that you don’t do either). We aren’t sure if the protective mittens are provided by the gardens or if people bring them themselves. Either way, they seem like a pretty good idea.
Squirrel Gardens can be found throughout Japan, but the most famous squirrel garden is located in Machida, Tokyo. Called Machida Risu-en and open since 1988, it has roughly 200 squirrels which roam around the main plaza. That is a lot of squirrels. In fact, maybe we should pack two suitcases of Squirrel Underpants instead.
Visit Kotaku to view many more photos of Japan’s awesome Squirrel Gardens.
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