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Peace Wanko Japan currently runs8 facilities across Japan!


Jinseki-Kogen Shelter

Senyo Shelter

Peace Wanko Japan has its headquarters based in Jinseki-Kogen, Hiroshima, where nature is rich and plentiful. Here, we run the largest dog run in western Japan, where dogs and dog lovers can play at ease. Next door is the Jinseki Kogen Tiagarten, a nature-based tourism facility with the theme of “Taking care of life.” We have released a video about the shelter so please take a look.

Nishiyama / Scola Shelter

西山スコラ犬舎
西山スコラ犬舎 Nishiyama / Scola shelter is a kennel on a quiet mountain where the Peace Wanko dogs can live in peace. This facility contains a dog clinic used to treat dogs with medical conditions.

Hiroshima Adoption Center

At the Hiroshima Adoption Center, there are 5 to 6 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a space to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Shonan Adoption Center

At the Shonan Adoption Center, there are 5 to 6 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a space to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Setagaya Adoption Center

At the Setagaya Adoption Center, there are 5 to 9 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a space to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Fukuyama Adoption Center

At the Fukuyama Adoption Center, there are 10 to 14 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a space to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Tokyo Akiruno Adoption Center

At the Tokyo Akiruno Adoption Center, there are 5 to 9 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a space to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Ikoma Adoption Center

At the Ikoma Adoption Center, there are 6 to 13 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there are 2 living spaces to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.

Okayama Adoption Center

At the Okayama Adoption Center, there are 6 to 13 dogs that were rescued, taken care of, and trained at Jinseki-Kogen Shelter. The staff take good care of them daily and will introduce the features and personalities of the dog to any potential faster parents. For visitors, there is also a living space and a seminar room to interact and play with the dogs as well as the opportunity to take them on walks.
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