It began to be referred to as the Manga Island when the illustrious Japanese manga artist, Shotaro Ishinomori, decided to move here. Manga-themed lodges resembling cats, are scattered throughout the island.Bohol Island – Philippines' wondrous chocolate hills
A ferry ride away from Miyagi, Japan, this quiet fishing village is a Nekojima or Cat Island, where you will find an army of furry cats, casually lounging by the harbour embankments or strutting about in alleyways. The cat population, which is currently larger than its human counterpart, is thriving due to the local belief that feeding cats will bring wealth and good fortune.
The Tashirojima island in Japan can only be repulsive to dog lovers, because otherwise there's nothing else that can stop you from visiting the place where cats run their own government. The best part about this place is that you can actually live here in cat-shaped houses that are designed by Manga artists. Since cats are considered to be sacred in the Japanese culture, there are many more islands like this in the country.Here's detailed information on how to get there.
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