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Traditional Japanese companies (I worked for one for a quarter century) tend to be quite risk-averse.

This does mean that they may not have massive spurts of growth, like Apple or Microsoft, but it also means they can weather storms fairly well.

Remember that many Japanese companies had their assets turned to kindling in WWII, and survived.

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