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Three Shiba Inus become tourist attraction in Japan01:28

Three Shiba Inus become tourist attraction in Japan

Japan, Undisclosed Location
August 8, 2018 at 04:28 GMT +00:00 · Published

Three Shiba Inu dogs became a tourist attraction in their Japanese home town, attracting visitors to see the canines regularly peeking out from holes in their wall to enjoy the scenery outside their home, footage from Wednesday shows.

The owner of the three Shiba Inus created 18 holes in the wall to fulfill the three cuties' curiosity towards the outside world.

The boys are the 7-year-old Kotaro and Mametaro as well as the 3-year-old Fukutaro, who reportedly attracted a large number of tourists.

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Three Shiba Inu dogs became a tourist attraction in their Japanese home town, attracting visitors to see the canines regularly peeking out from holes in their wall to enjoy the scenery outside their home, footage from Wednesday shows.

The owner of the three Shiba Inus created 18 holes in the wall to fulfill the three cuties' curiosity towards the outside world.

The boys are the 7-year-old Kotaro and Mametaro as well as the 3-year-old Fukutaro, who reportedly attracted a large number of tourists.