What are the 6 japanese dog breeds?

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Popular Japanese Dog Breeds

  • 2) Shiba Inu.
  • 3) Shikoku Inu.
  • 4) Kai Ken.
  • 5) Japanese Terrier.
  • 6) Tosa Inu.
  • 7) Japanese Spitz.
  • 8) Hokkaido.
  • 9) Kishu Ken.
Japanese Spitz dogs have pure, white coats. Even though they look like they have high grooming needs, they do not. Their coats have a texture that usually repels most dirt and debris.
In Japanese culture, babies receive a tiny Akita Inu ornament from family because the breed signifies health, happiness, and long life. As a pet, this breed can be quiet, unpredictable, and a challenge to train. They can be wary of strangers and are frequently intolerant of other animals.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner: Puppy dry biscuits with fresh beef or chicken mince (RAW/BARF or Complete Meal).

Mixing it encourages them to eat the dry food.

Once they have settled in, you can start to feed the mince in one dish and the dry biscuits in a separate dish.


There are two separate varieties of Akita: a Japanese strain, commonly called "Akita Inu" ("inu" means "dog" in Japanese), or "Japanese Akita"; and an American strain, known as the "Akita" or "American Akita".


They go by essentially the same names in Japanese, and their names all have something to do with elemental stuff.

The "Rai" in "Raikou" means thunder or lightning, the "En" in Entei means fire or flame, and the "Sui" in Suicune means water.


Sarah: Kero kero is the sound, like onomatopoeia for a frog in Japanese.

Gus: In Japan.

Sarah: In Japanese, like Kero kero, and bonito is a type of fish but also it means different things in like Spanish


Kitsune (狐, キツネ, IPA: [kitsɯne] ( listen) ) is the Japanese word for the fox.

Foxes are a common subject of Japanese folklore; in English, Kitsune refers to them in this context.

Stories depict them as intelligent beings and as possessing paranormal abilities that increase with their age and wisdom.

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