The Japanese love bunnies (Usagi) and so do we. Bunnies are one of the most popular animals in Japan and are often seen as lucky symbols.
In Chinese culture, rabbits represent the moon. Some say it is because the shadows of the moon resemble a rabbit. Others say it is because of the rabbit’s pure characteristics.
To outsiders, the Rabbit’s kindness may make them seem soft and weak. In truth, the Rabbit’s quiet personality hides their confidence and strength. They are steadily moving towards their goal, no matter what negativity the others give them.
With their good reasoning skills and attention to detail, they make great scholars. They are socializers with an attractive aura. However, they find it hard to open up to others and often turn to escapism.
A plain and routine life is not their style. Though conservative and careful in their actions, they need surprises every so often to spice things up.
Bunnies have been popular in Japan for centuries and there are many stories and folklore associated with them. In some tales, bunnies are portrayed as tricksters, while in others they are seen as helpful animals. Bunnies are also a popular motif in Japanese art and culture. They can be found on everything from kimono to manhole covers. Whether you’re looking for a lucky charm or just want a cute animal to add to your collection, a bunny is a great choice!