Economically, Japan is one of the most highly developed nations in the world. Japan produces many kinds of products which are needed for all most in all the sectors of our day to day life. The variety of products is huge. Japan has become one of the most trusted countries to buy product from. Japan is always very conscious about the quality maintenance. So, selling their products to the foreign countries plays the big role in the progress of their economy.

Japan is a highly industrialized economy as reflected in its top exports. The country’s high population density may partially explain its focus on automotive products as well as optical, technical and medical apparatus. Given that Land of the Rising Sun is an island nation, it also comes as no surprise that Japan has a competitive advantage in exporting ships, boats and other floating structures. Japan’s most important export products are of an industrial, technological nature and include cars, electronics and computers. Because Japan does not sustain a strong agricultural industry, production and trade of those items is critical for the acquisition of most agricultural and raw materials.

Manufacturing is one of Japan’s strengths, but the country has few natural resources. One common pattern is for Japanese companies to import raw materials and then process them to make finished products, which are sold domestically or exported. The products which are mainly sold are, cars, electronic products, foods, industrial equipments, camera etc.


Selling cars across the world is one of the biggest parts of their export. Toyota is one of the many Japanese car manufacturers selling cars throughout the world. The Japanese automotive industry encompasses production of cars, trucks, motorcycles and buses, and is one of the most important and well-known export industries in the country.

Electronics manufacturers such as Canon, Toshiba, Fujitsu and Hitachi are among the primary Japanese producers of electronics exports.