Hiroshima’s Google Street View Takes Cat Walk To The Purr-Fect Level

BY JST NEWS

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With so many cat cafes trending in Japan, it’s no secret that the Japanese love cats! And who doesn’t?

Japan’s tourism board launched an app in Hiroshima, where you can check out Google Street View from the eyes of cats.

SEE ALSO: These #TravelCats Just Want To See The World

The app includes three different routes you can cat walk through, with more releasing in the near future.

From the Hiroshima’s shopping areas, streets lined with restaurants and hidden alleys, you can see it all at cat-eye level. When browsing through the app, click on other cats wanderlusting on the same street and you’ll be able to read little profiles and bios of the other trolling felines.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Hiroshima tourism official said:

We were seeking to introduce a different way to look at our cities and offer a view of the streets that wasn’t available before.

Can we just say: meow.

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Photo: 広島県観光課

Source: Wall Street Journal. Additional reporting by Jetset Times.

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