It’s hard to say if most of the farming in Japan is done with terraces, but it does constitute a high percentage. According to 1988 statistics, 28.7% of all Japanese were engaged in farming and derived all or at least half of their income from it. Of Japan’s 142,000 square miles, only 19,000 are used for farming, so the use of terraces is greatly important to make up for the land shortage.
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