The forestry related industry in Japan incorporates a large variety of subsectors, reaching from log production to paper and pulp industries and mushroom growing operations. Until recently, Japan prioritised imports of wooden products over domestic forestry operations, but the country is getting increasingly aware of its own forestry resources and the future potential for a self-sufficient market. Some companies have also started to look into ways to promote Japanese forestry products abroad, as the demand for Japanese wood, paper and alike is steadily getting higher.
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