Representatives of the Wilderness Society and the Australian Conservation Foundation will fly to Japan this week to update Ta Ann Tasmania customers on the forestry peace deal.
Wilderness Society spokesman Vica Bayley revealed plans for the visit during a Legislative Council inquiry into the Tasmanian Forests Agreement Bill 2012 this morning.
Mr Bayley and ACF chief executive officer Don Henry will attend a seminar on Friday in Japan with Ta Ann customers.
Mr Bayley said it was part of a broader agenda to update the market which will include meetings with international and domestic customers including Bunnings and K&D Hardware and banks.
``It's basically a situation report,'' Mr Bayley said.
The revelation prompted an angry reaction from green groups that blame Ta Ann Tasmania for driving continued native logging in the state.
Huon Valley Environment Centre's Jenny Weber took to Twitter to express her "devastation''.