Japan’s GDP fell 7.8% month on month in the second quarter, and fell 27.8% year-on-year in terms of annual rate. For three consecutive quarters, it showed negative growth, the largest decline since World War II in Japan. Many private economists predict that it will take about 2024 for Japan’s GDP to return to its pre epidemic level. However, driven by the recovery of China’s market, some Japanese industries are recovering rapidly. Since July, the production of Japanese automobiles has been picking up rapidly due to the strong momentum of facing the Chinese market. However, at the same time, domestic service industries such as catering industry and department stores, which once began to improve, fell into the downturn again due to the rebound of the epidemic situation, showing a very different situation. < / P > < p > “the momentum of facing China is equal to or higher than that of last year”, Honda vice president Kenji Cangshi, who suspended the production of three domestic factories in July, was full of confidence in the future performance at the financial news conference on August 5. He predicted that domestic sales in Japan would also “recover to about 90%. Toyota expects domestic production to return to 97% of its plan in August. Nissan has no plans to stop production in August, and all companies are resuming normal production. < / P > < p > Japanese steelmakers are also showing signs of recovery centered on car use. “We think domestic steel demand in Japan has bottomed out in June,” said shikimi, President of JFE holdings. It is expected to recover in phases after July. As a leading indicator of the economy, Japanese machine tool orders also slowed down the downward trend under the support of China’s demand.