Cigarette smoking has become a very popular pastime in Japan.
But what if the country will ban the practice in the future?
If the government of Japan has its way, it will make it impossible for people to smoke in public spaces.
According to a draft of the country’s anti-smoking laws, cigarette smoking is illegal in the country until 2020.
However, many Japanese are still smoking cigarettes in their spare time.
The Japanese government has also announced plans to legalize marijuana in 2018, which could pave the way for a more relaxed approach to cigarette smoking.
The marijuana laws will only apply to people over 21 years old.
According the report by the Japan Tobacco Control Association, more than 90 percent of Japan’s smokers are young men, aged between 18 and 25 years old, and are responsible for nearly 60 percent of all cigarette smoking in the nation.
The smoking ban is part of a package of measures aimed at cutting the nation’s CO2 emissions, and aims to cut smoking by 80 percent by 2030.
While the smoking ban has been in place for several years, Japan’s tobacco industry has been pushing for a nationwide ban on cigarettes.
Last year, the government announced that it will allow Japanese people over the age of 20 to buy cigarettes for the first time in nearly 50 years.