There's a tiny island in Japan that is so full of cuteness, if I saw it in person I wouldn't be able to handle it. It's known as Rabbit Island, and that is because it's literally full of nothing but rabbits. (Surprise!) Rabbit Island, a.k.a., Okunoshima, was used as the secret base for the Japanese Imperial Army’s lethal gas operation during World War Two. You wouldn't even guess it now, though, because the only reason people know this island is for the bunnies. Lots and lots of bunnies.
Ōkunoshima is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan in the city of Takehara, Hiroshima Prefecture. It is accessible by ferry from Tadanoumi and Ōmishima. There are campsites, walking trails and places of historical interest on the island. It is often called Usagi Jima because of the numerous feral rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.