I need information about the Fish industry in Japan (quick overview), what could you provide to help?
Thank you for your question. Among all the information on the subject, our database has some relevant reports to understand the fish industry in Japan.
Report 1: Revision of the CPI Items for the 2015-base, Japan National Statistical Office, May 2015
In this report, there is a chart that shows the trends of household consumption expenditure of fish and seafood from 2000 through 2013. Fish and seafood are considered a subgroup within the food industry.
“Trends of number proportions of items included in each subgroup in the food group” (pg 19).
“Historical change in fishing effort of the Japanese longline fishery in the EPO. Values in 2014 are provisional. All Ocean and Pacific Ocean includes the fishing effort for not only distant water longline but offshore longline” (pg 19).
— Revision of the CPI Items for the 2015-base, Japan National Statistical Office, May 2015
Report 3: “Ocean Newsletter”, Ocean Policy Research Institute, October 2015.
If you are trying to understand the impact of the seafood industry in an environmental level, we can recommend you the monthly “Ocean Newsletter”, were you can find information about the proper management of the oceans, level of damage and new legislations.
“A better understanding is needed that we are now in an age when the impact of mankind on the ocean has reached unprecedented levels, provoking changes in the marine environment with immediate consequences for human survival. As it is important that a wide range of knowledge, skills, and judgment concerning the ocean is acquired by children as part of their schooling, I believe “ocean education” deserves to be recognized as an official part of the Curriculum Guidelines.”
— Ocean Policy Research Institute, October 2015.
I hope you find this useful, and can see that there is a lot of useful information available through the portal about the food industry. If you have any additional needs or questions about our reports, please feel free to contact us.