Japan has two honey bees, the native Apis cerana japonica (Japanese honey bee) and the imported Apis mellifera (Western honey bee). In 1877, the Western bee was imported along with Langstroth hive to Japan. Commercial beekeepers started keeping only Western bees after that. On the other hand, more and more people have started keeping Japanese bees as a hobby, using a simple hive called a pile box hive.
Japanese honeybee is resistant to the mite. Varroa mites originally only occurred in Asia, on the Asian honeybee.
Unfortunately I cannot export a queen to other countries. And no queen bee of japanese honeybees is sold in Japan.
We started keeping Japanese honeybees over 20 years ago as hobbyists. We started a company to share this type of hive and beekeeping technique. Please feel free to contact me via my Facebook page.