Japanese beauty lovers are calling for more rainforest protection and more protected areas.
The new survey, by the Japanese Ministry of Environment and Forestry, found that 77% of respondents think the rainforests should be protected, compared with 57% who support this idea.
It also found that 71% of Japanese people would like to see a government-backed project to save rainforesters, up from 56% in 2015.
The survey also found a slight uptick in support for a rainforest conservation law in Japan.
Just 17% of people supported the law, compared to 46% in 2019.
The poll found that more than 80% of residents would like more rainforester protection.
This is the highest level of support for rainforest preservation in a poll of over 1,000 people in Japan, the Ministry of Environmental and Forestry said in a statement.
About half of those surveyed said they were willing to pay more to protect rainforest sites.
The poll also found about 40% of those who voted for an extension of the rainforest law in 2018 supported a hike in the amount of rainforest protected in 2020.