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Japan whaling mother ship calls it a day amid industry stupor  | The Asahi Shimbun Asia & Japan Watch

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The aging Nisshin Maru, a relic of Japan's whaling tradition, has finally retired after playing a central role in research and commercial operations for more than 30 years. It will be replaced by a modern vessel next year, but lackluster demand for whale meat suggests the industry that drew condemnation from around the world faces an uncertain future.
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