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Pollen Season of Japanese Cedar and Cypress to End

April 24, 2008

Japan's Japanese Cedar and Cypress pollen season is expected to end in early May.

The March airborne cedar pollen concentrations have already dropped to zero levels in the Kyushu and Shikoku regions and the Chugoku, Kinki, Hokuriku and Tokai regions will approach zero levels within 5 days. In parts of the Kanto-Koshin and Tohoku regions, pollen can still observed, but they are expected to recede by the end of April. In the Hokkaido region, the cedar pollen season is expected to end in early May.

Western Japan cypress pollen levels are expected to recede by the end of April and, except for the high mountain areas, by early May for the Kanto-Koshin and Tohoku regions.

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