A white eye in Japan as part of testing a few non uk observations
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Well we have the name in english and latin so why not japanese too!
It's a passerine and also known as the mejiro (which means 'white-eye'). It's an interesting bird as it is a good example of why species introductions are often not a good idea - it was introduced to Hawaii (among other places I think) in the early 20th C as a control on insect pests, but proved to be a disease vector which has impacted some of the native Hawaiian species such as honeycreepers.
Lat/Lng: 34.296989, 132.319088