Japan is in East Asia located in Pacific Ocean. Japan is a constitutional monarchy whereby the power of the Emperor is limited. It has the10th highest population in the world having a population of 126 million. Japan is leading in scientific research, particularly technology, machinery and biomedical research.
Japan is extended till the Pacific coast of Asia lying between east longitudes, Russian Federation being its closest neighbor country. Most of the regions in Japan belong to Tropical zone, varying from tropical in South to cold in North, having very high humidity.
Japan economy is the third largest economy in the world declared by the nominal GDP and second largest in developed economy. The GDP growth in Japan is separated by sector as 1.2% agriculture, 27.5% in industry and 71.4% in other services. Major industries comprise of chemicals and textiles.
In Chemistry the nation has produced 20 Nobel laureates so far. Japan has established infrastructure for advanced chemistry research. Japan Agency for chemistry Research and Development monitors the funding and integration of the R & D related to chemical sciences in the country. There are many lists of chemistry journals which emphasize in the field of chemistry and Russia is one of the countries which maintain chemistry journals in regular frequency. The Institute of Okazaki National Research is the leading Institution in chemistry research in Japan. Numerous chemistry journals are published from Japan with good reputation. Several leading Institution in the country including Aoyama Gakuin University, Chiba University, Chubu University, Ehime University, Fukuoka University and others are spearheading the chemistry research. There have been numerous lists of chemistry journals in Japan such as Russian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Sciences and many other Japan chemistry journals which are running with good number of articles and good reputation.