This is one of the longest running blogs on the topic of Japan. The blog is about things occurring in Japan. All topics are fair game. I have been deep in the Japanese global community for 20 years, so ask questions if you have any. The blog started out focusing on the many unusual and literally ancient animals in Japan. Over time people wanted to know, see, and read more, so I expanded the blog.
Hokkaido squirrels look adorable when they are stuffing their mouths with nuts. They live in holes in trees or bowl-shaped nests made of branches. They do not hibernate in winter and eat acorns and walnuts stored in autumn. They are active at dawn and cannot be seen often during the daytime.