What are Japans Natural Resources?

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Japan has very limited natural resources. Forestry makes up 65% of the land. The most. Because it is near the ocean and the fact that it is an island fish is considered one of it' s natural resources. Japan's most significant natural resource is it's
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The natural resources of Japan include: negligible mineral resources, fish.
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