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Report: Importing Japanese Food into the EU

About the Report:

The EU has a high per capita demand and is the world’s largest fish consumer, hence this paper suggests that Europe could be a prospective market for a wide range of Japanese food products. For European companies to seize this business opportunity, this report examines key questions, such as why and what kind of Japanese food products could be imported to the EU? What are key characteristics of Japanese cuisine and its ingredients? And lastly, where to find relevant food producers in Japan?

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Report:Guide on Importers and Wholesale Distributors in Japan (food and wine; ICT; medical devices)

About the Report:

This report from the EU-Japan Centre provides a useful summary on distribution networks in Japan in food and wine, ICT and medical devices sectors. It also identifies most commonly used import routes for EU products and services and provides a number of recommendations from interviewed Japanese and European managers on key factors to succeed in Japan.  

Report: Waste Management and Recycling in Japan Opportunities for European Companies (SMEs focus)

About the Report:

This report from the EU-Japan Centre gives an overview of the Japanese waste management and recycling market. It covers legal framework, specific waste streams and concrete examples of waste management in Japan. It is primarily intended for EU Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that consider approaching the Japanese waste market and is meant to give them an overview of this sector, as well as recommendations to take advantage of the business opportunities it offers.

Report: Japanese ICT Clusters

About the Report:

This report titled 'ICT Sector in Japan - Cluster Mapping and Industry Landscape' analyses Japan’s ICT Industry. Its main objective is to provide an overview of the ICT Industry in Japan, including market analysis, key trends, prospects, cluster mapping and case studies. 

About the Expert

Masahiro Tokeshi an account manager at Fenetre Partners. Please click here to access his profile.

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