Its habitat consists of open mixed forests, in particular with the Japanese "Castanopsis" species "Castanopsis cuspidata" and Japanese larch, coniferous forests with Japanese yews, Cryptomeria (sugi), and pines as well as bamboo forests at mountain slopes and in river valleys.
Japanese larch is an important tree in forestry plantations, being grown throughout central and northern Japan (north to Hokkaidō), and also widely in northern Europe, particularly Ireland and Britain.
83% of the towns land is forested and the local Japanese larch wood is used for new public buildings.
Two strips of Japanese larch planted at Puck's Glen around 1903 were successfully established by 1912, though European larch had failed in the locality.
The trees planted were mainly Sitka Spruce and Japanese Larch, though a large number of other species were also tried.
In addition to native trees these forests contain managed plantations of conifers like Japanese Larch, maintained to provide forest resources like timber and seeds.
In the 19th century, the state started forestry programmes and species such as oak, pine, Douglas fir and Japanese larch were planted.
"Hosta" and "Hortensia", "Azalea", and the Japanese butterbur and the coltsfoot as well as the Japanese larch began to inhabit gardens across the world.
In August 2010 the disease was found in Japanese larch trees in counties Waterford and Tipperary in Ireland [...] and in 2013 in the Afan Forest Park in south Wales.
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