— Latest update: May 2022 —
Japan has a severe shortage of arable land, covering only 11% of Japan’s total territory. The country’s self-sufficiency rate currently stands at 39%. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is the main public player concerned with agricultural issues. Find out more about Japan's agroindustry below.
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