JAPANESE cigarettes will be available in Japan in the coming months, as the Japanese tobacco giant Philip Morris Tobacco Company announces plans to launch an e-cigarettes e-cigarette business.
The announcement comes a week after Japan’s health ministry announced it would ban the sale of e-cigs in public places, a move that has prompted calls from local residents for the ban to be lifted.
According to the announcement from the company, the new e-liquid e-liquids will contain nicotine and a nicotine-containing material.
The company has also announced it will launch a retail store in Japan, where the e-products will be sold at cost.
The plan is to launch the new product in the autumn of 2020, but no exact dates have been set.
The announcement comes as the country has already seen a steep drop in smoking rates since the end of the second world war, which coincided with the legalization of e -cigarettes in 2010.