Hey Fever

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In springtime, hey fever is commonly caused by cedar pollen and people wear a mask to deal with that.

This is the result from reforestation policies after World War II as cryptomeria and Japanese cypress trees were  an important resource for the construction industry.

As a result, they started to produce large amounts of pollen.

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