Japan has 45 Bed Bug Reports (0 within the last month) Click on any point on the map to view the report for location or double click to zoom in Search / Report Bed Bugs
Japan's infamous suzumebachi, or "killer hornet," is one of the more dangerous creatures on this list, as it does kill a dozen or so people every year. However, the actual risk posed by this particular bug needs to be seen in its true context. The suzumebachi is bigger and has a far more venomous sting than conventional hornets.
Here is some handy information on Japan mosquito repellent and aid. Prevention is the best, so I have listed up the products that I stock-up on each spring and keep handy through the mosquito season! Check our Japan protection guides on sun, rain and heat. Japan Mosquito Repellent and Aid. Here is also some handy Japanese to know in mosquito season
-Bed bugs aren't common in Japan, so I have been unable to find any insecticides sold here that target bed bugs. -I've seen sprays and treatments on Amazon but they're vastly overpriced (over $200!). I am unable to afford them and unwilling to pay that markup.
How to say bug in Japanese What's the Japanese word for bug? Here's a list of translations. Japanese Translation. バグ. Bagu. More Japanese words for bug.
The beetle is native to Asia (e.g., China, Russia, Korea, Japan), where it dwells in trees and fields, preying on aphids and scale insects. The first field populations in the United States were found in Louisiana in 1988. Since then the beetle has expanded its range to include much of the U.S. and parts of Canada.