Alternative Breed Name: Mikado Terrier Oyuki (snowy) Terrier
Country of origin
Litter size From 4 to 6 puppies
Experience required Experience not required
Japanese Terrier Personality Temperament
Level of aggression
Tolerance to separation
Level of noise
Facts about Japanese Terrier
In the twentieth century, the Japanese Terrier was recognized by Japanese canine specialists of the leading clubs and the FCI.
Their genetic code indicates a kinship with Italian Greyhounds, Manchester Terriers, and Fox Terriers. Japanese-speaking dog breeders compare the Kobe Terriers to a porcelain sculpture because of how much they appreciate these dogs and want to emphasize the elegance of the animal's forms.