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While often listed to be native to Japan, Musa basjoo, was actually introduced into Japan from China where the only wild populations remain in the Sichuan Province. The original Japanese account was of a cultivated specimen (Liu 2002).
Coons, Janice; Coutant, Nancy; and Whiteside, Wesley, "Musa basjoo" (2011). Plants by Genus Species. 16.