Nestled at the foot of Japan's iconic Mount Fuji, the Aokigahara Forest, popularly known as the 'Sea of Trees or Japan’s Suicide Forest', unfolds a tapestry of beauty and mystery. This dense forest is steeped in legend and history, drawing travelers and curiosity seekers from across the globe. Here, we delve into the secrets and allure of Aokigahara Forest.

Off the coast of Ehime Prefecture, Aoshima initially sheltered fishermen and their families. As urban centers became more appealing, many of these families relocated, leaving an aging community and, interestingly, a growing number of cats.