Adorable pictures show how a pair of cats have developed a fondness for travel thanks to their roving businessman owner.

Daisuke Nagasawa, 49, has spent the past few years taking his two faithful pets, Daikichi and Fuku-chan, across Japan in a specially converted baby pushchair.

The CEO of a tech company, Mr Nagasawa has taken the cats to all 47 prefectures across the country, photographing his two furry friends at some of the country's most iconic landmarks.

He said that he began to take his cats on trips across Japan after Daikichi, who along with Fuku-chan is originally a stray, became upset during his long absences on business trips.

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According to Mr Nagasawa, his emotional cat soon became a major problem as cat-sitters complained the furry companion was becoming aggressive.

Fuku-chan is taking a stroll along Hashigui-Rocks in Yoshino-Kumano National Park, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. "Hashi" means "Bridge", and "Gui" means "Pillar" in Japanese.The rocks line up straight toward Oshima Island for 850m, just like rock pillars of a bridge. The unusual scenery was made by the waves and winds over a long period of time, and it's designated as a national natural monument. Please also listen to the soothing background music for relaxation癒し系のゆる~いBGMとともに、ふくちゃんがゆるゆる散歩しているのは、吉野熊野国立公園「橋杭(はしぐい)岩」です。近くに見える大島まで850メートルにわたり、このような巨石群が橋杭のごとく並んでおります。このふくちゃんのお散歩風景動画とBGMを、就寝前のリラクゼーションに、少しでもご活用いただければ本望です #BestMeow #cats_of_world #catoftheday #cat_features #ilovecats #cats_of_instagram #AdventureCats #cats #catstocker #PleasantCats #PawProject #CutePetClub #jalan_travel #visitwakayama #retrip_nippon #treponti #travelingcat #travelingcats #散歩猫 #旅猫 #ねこ部 #ねこ #ふわもこ部 #旅にゃんこ #にゃらん #にゃんすたぐらむ #ネコ #猫 #猫動画 #橋杭岩

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In the end he realised it wasn't worth the hassle so he started to take the pair around the country with him.

In the end he realised he couldn't travel without his two pets and began to think about how he could bring his two cats even further into his life.

So, he decided to make tabby Daikichi, 13, a general manager and ginger Fuku-chan, seven, company secretary of his own business.

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Today, Daikichi and Fuku-chan travel in a converted baby pushchair - their form of a company limousine.

Mr Nagasawa said: "I started travelling with the cats around seven years ago.

"Their popularity started in May 2017 when we were featured online.

"We have visited more than 1,000 regions in all 47 prefectures in Japan."

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