Thanks to increasing health awareness, the number of smokers in Japan continued to decline in 2016. According to research from the leading tobacco manufacturer, Japan Tobacco, in May 2016, male smoking prevalence fell to below 30% for the first time in 40 years, down 0.6 percentage points on the previous year. Many consumers are finding healthier ways to deal with stress, such as through jogging or yoga. Moreover, more male consumers have become more conscious about their appearance, with smokin...
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