Japan is starting to see more mid-rise buildings constructed from wood materials. A revision to the Public Buildings Wood Use Promotion Act will go into effect on October 1, 2021, encouraging the use of domestic forest plantations planted after WWII not only in public buildings but also in privately developed buildings.

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