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The eruption of Mount Ontake on Sept. 27 has farmers and tourism employees worried that the region’s goods and reputation may be damaged.

The tourism industry is particularly worried that a prolonged volcanic crisis could hurt the region’s business. The agriculture sector meanwhile has to deal with food-safety concerns.

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