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 Are vegetable seeds from the U.S. allowed in Japan?

Answer Seeds from the U.S. can be brought into Japan, but must be declared upon entry into the country. It is necessary to provide a phytosanitary certificate by the quarantine authority. The U.S. Departm... Read More »
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