Keep reading your sources and you will continue not understanding TRADE. Look most business's today have multiple sources for parts to manufacture their products. When the price of a source goes up for any reason they decrease orders from that source and increase them from other cheaper sources. Tariffs raise the price of parts out of China which means manufacturers decrease Chinese parts and increase them from cheaper sources. In trade terms China is paying the tariffs.
Also Trump and Abe agreed to a new deal where Japan is buying $7 billion in agriculture products, mostly corn. Like I presented new supply lines are being reset and the hit to the farmers is just temporary.