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Trends in research related to Shinrin-yoku in Japan



Trends in research related to Shinrin-yoku in Japan



Environmental Health And Preventive Medicine: 1, 27-37



"Shinrin-yoku", which can be defined as "taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing", has been receiving increasing attention in Japan in recent years for its capacity to provide relaxation and reduce stress. Since 2004, the authors of this paper have been involved in an investigation designed to ascertain the physiological effects of "Shinrin-yoku" within the framework of the "Therapeutic Effects of Forests" project.

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DOI: 10.1007/s12199-009-0091-z



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