Taiji Dolphin Hunt

Japan Further Entrenches On Whaling

Mark Simmonds OBE | Posted 18.08.2017 | UK
Mark Simmonds OBE

Surely there is nothing new to say about Japanese whaling -- they continue to do it and many of us continue to deplore it, right? Well, actually Japa...

Taiji Dolphin Hunt

Steve Backshall | Posted 13.02.2017 | UK
Steve Backshall

I'm flying out to Japan for a week. I'm going to head down to Taiji, watch, record proceedings on my camera phone, and make some homemade films on events in the Cove, doing my best to record what happens in an even-handed, respectful fashion.

Taiji's Link to Captivity

Sharon Bull | Posted 07.02.2015 | UK
Sharon Bull

Following on from my article 'Taiji Culture, Tradition or Greed' published on November 28th 2014, I would like to introduce you to Rachel Barton. In October this year she made what I would call an extremely difficult decision to travel to Taiji and witness first-hand the merciless and continuous dolphin drives that take place there.

Taiji Culture, Tradition or Greed?

Sharon Bull | Posted 27.01.2015 | UK
Sharon Bull

In a country renowned for its innovative technology and leading the way in this field through its expertise and sophistication, I call to question its need for outdated entertainment within the numerous dolphinariums and marine parks in Japan.

Taiji Japan - We Will Make a Difference!

Sharon Bull | Posted 17.01.2015 | UK
Sharon Bull

Heralded as one of the biggest animal rights demonstrations in the UK, I joined more than a thousand voices in a peaceful protest, raising awareness to the annual barbaric slaughter and captivity of dolphins in Taiji Japan...

Sea Shepherd: 200 Bottlenose Dolphins Will Be Slaughtered In Japan's Taiji Cove On Tuesday

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK

Conservationists say more than 200 Bottlenose dolphins are set to be slaughtered on Tuesday, as part of an annual hunt in Japan. Fishermen corralle...

Dolphin Slaughter Town To Open Marine Park - Where You Can Eat Them As Well As Swim With Them

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 08.10.2013 | UK

A Japanese town that achieved a bloody fame for its annual dolphin slaughter has announced plans to open a marine park where visitors can swim with th...