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Major statistical data for all of Japan

This is a list of major statistics picked up in Japan. Top 3 cities, towns, and prefectures are ranked in this table. Click on the name of each statistic or cities, towns, and prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※Last UpdateTime:2021-11-12 05:01:15

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Total land area (Incl. the northern territories and Takeshima)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
8K(ha)
Iwate
1K(ha)
Fukushima
1K(ha)
Total land area (Incl. the northern territories and Takeshima)
(by city)
Takayama City
217761(ha)
Hamamatsu City
155806(ha)
Nikko City
144983(ha)
Ratio of municipalities area in prefecture area
(by city)
Toyama City
29.23%
Nikko City
22.62%
Tottori City
21.82%
Ratio of inhabitable area
(by prefecture)
Osaka
69.8%
Chiba
68.9%
Saitama
68.1%
Ratio of inhabitable area
(by city)
Osaka City
100%
SetaAGaya ku
100%
NeriIMa ku
100%
Forest area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
5K(ha)
Iwate
1K(ha)
Nagano
1K(ha)
Forest area
(by city)
Takayama City
189603(ha)
Nikko City
121122(ha)
Ashoro Town
115253(ha)
Total population (Both sexes)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
14K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Total population (Both sexes)
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Rates of population change
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.71%
Okinawa
0.35%
Saitama
0.27%
Rates of population change
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
23.96%
Kasuya gun shingu Town
22.95%
MinaATo ku
18.6%
Total population (65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Total population (65 and over)
(by city)
Yokohama City
865490(person)
Osaka City
668698(person)
Nagoya City
545210(person)
Percentage distribution of total population (65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Akita
37.2%
Kochi
35.2%
Yamaguchi
34.3%
Percentage distribution of total population (65 and over)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
100%
Kanra gun nammoku Village
60.5%
Tenryu Village
59%
Foreigners (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
378564(person)
Aichi
166150(person)
Osaka
150890(person)
Foreigners (Total)
(by city)
Osaka City
79568(person)
Yokohama City
68325(person)
Nagoya City
56212(person)
Number of households (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(households)
Kanagawa
4K(households)
Osaka
4K(households)
Number of households (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
1K(households)
(Population census) Population in labour force
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(person)
Kanagawa
4K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
235477(person)
Osaka
211094(person)
Kanagawa
168059(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons
(by city)
Osaka City
67778(person)
Yokohama City
64687(person)
Sapporo City
48619(person)
(Population census) Unemployment rate
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
6.3%
Osaka
5.3%
Fukuoka
5.3%
(Population census) Unemployment rate
(by city)
Tagawa gun fukuchi Town
13.7%
Kamisunagawa Town
13.3%
Tagawa gun oto Town
12.4%
Persons employed in primary industry
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
170336(person)
Nagano
96899(person)
Chiba
80221(person)
Persons employed in primary industry
(by city)
Hamamatsu City
15563(person)
Niigata City
13773(person)

(person)
Persons employed in secondary industry
(by prefecture)
Aichi
1K(person)
Tokyo
898380(person)
Kanagawa
867104(person)
Persons employed in secondary industry
(by city)
Yokohama City
324156(person)
Nagoya City
250784(person)
Osaka City
220980(person)
Persons employed in tertiary industry
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Persons employed in tertiary industry
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
764435(person)
Osaka City
752032(person)
Persons living and working in the same municipality
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Hokkai do
1K(person)
Persons living and working in the same municipality
(by city)
Yokohama City
502711(person)
Nagoya City
412005(person)
Osaka City
383193(person)
Commuters to other municipalities
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Commuters to other municipalities
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
615642(person)
Osaka City
602847(person)
(Population census) No. of employees
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Kanagawa
3K(person)
Aichi
2K(person)
(Population census) No. of employees
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
867278(person)
Osaka City
816293(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Regular employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Regular employees)
(by city)
Yokohama City
912602(person)
Nagoya City
562622(person)
Osaka City
510565(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Temporary employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
184330(person)
Kanagawa
131647(person)
Aichi
114012(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Temporary employees)
(by city)
Yokohama City
54045(person)
Osaka City
35288(person)
Nagoya City
32025(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Part-time employees and others)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
997982(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Part-time employees and others)
(by city)
Yokohama City
424446(person)
Nagoya City
272631(person)
Osaka City
270440(person)
(Population census) No. of board members of company, etc.
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
378891(person)
Kanagawa
208121(person)
Osaka
191583(person)
(Population census) No. of board members of company, etc.
(by city)
Yokohama City
90173(person)
Nagoya City
66955(person)
Osaka City
62483(person)
Gross agricultural product
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
1K(million yen)
Kagoshima
500000(million yen)
Ibaraki
496700(million yen)
No. of farm households (Commercial farm households)
(by prefecture)
Ibaraki
57239(number of dwelling units)
Niigata
54409(number of dwelling units)
Fukushima
52270(number of dwelling units)
No. of farm households (Commercial farm households)
(by city)
Niigata City
8249(number of dwelling units)
Ichinoseki City
7795(number of dwelling units)
Oshu City
7791(number of dwelling units)
Number of manufacturing establishments
(by prefecture)
Osaka
15784(number of establishments)
Aichi
15576(number of establishments)
Saitama
10902(number of establishments)
Number of manufacturing establishments
(by city)
Osaka City
4862(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
3504(number of establishments)
Higashiosaka City
2348(number of establishments)
Retail stores (per 1,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Kochi
10.88(store)
Shimane
10.69(store)
Wakayama
10.55(store)
Retail stores (per 1,000 persons)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
195.12(store)
Futaba gun katsurao Village
111.11(store)
ChiyYOda ku
56.71(store)
No. of retail stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
95501(number of establishments)
Osaka
62883(number of establishments)
Aichi
51577(number of establishments)
No. of retail stores
(by city)
Osaka City
26318(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
19504(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
17823(number of establishments)
Number of establishments
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
662360(number of establishments)
Osaka
418524(number of establishments)
Aichi
327019(number of establishments)
Number of establishments
(by city)
Osaka City
191854(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
125884(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
120778(number of establishments)
Number of dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
4K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
4K(number of dwelling units)
Number of dwellings
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
2K(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned houses
(by city)
Yokohama City
975400(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
558800(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
503100(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Saitama
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
600600(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
341600(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
325200(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
2K(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
701800(number of dwelling units)
Population by last school completed (University and graduate school)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Population by last school completed (University and graduate school)
(by city)
Yokohama City
816542(person)
Nagoya City
392223(person)
Osaka City
338774(person)
Libraries (per 1,000,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Yamanashi
65.9(number of libraries)
Toyama
55.3(number of libraries)
Kochi
54.9(number of libraries)
Libraries (per 1,000,000 persons)
(by city)
Aogashima Village
5(number of libraries)
Tosa gun okawa Village
2(number of libraries)
Tonaki Village
2(number of libraries)
No. of libraries
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
397(number of community centers)
Saitama
167(number of community centers)
Osaka
151(number of community centers)
No. of libraries
(by city)
Saitama City
26(number of community centers)
Toyama City
26(number of community centers)
Osaka City
25(number of community centers)
Ratio of current expenditure to revenue (municipalities)
(by city)
Yubari City
124%
Hinode Town
109.7%
Gobo City
107.7%
General revenue resources (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
1.9B(1,000 yen)
Tokyo
1.9B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
1.8B(1,000 yen)
General revenue resources (municipalities)
(by city)
Yokohama City
0.9B(1,000 yen)
Osaka City
0.8B(1,000 yen)
Nagoya City
0.6B(1,000 yen)
(Revenue) Treasury disbursements (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.9B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.9B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.7B(1,000 yen)
(Revenue) Treasury disbursements (municipalities)
(by city)
Osaka City
0.4B(1,000 yen)
Yokohama City
0.3B(1,000 yen)
Sapporo City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
(Revenue) Local bonds (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
0.4B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.3B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.3B(1,000 yen)
(Revenue) Local bonds (municipalities)
(by city)
Yokohama City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Osaka City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Kobe City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Social welfare (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.6B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.4B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.4B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Social welfare (municipalities)
(by city)
Osaka City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Yokohama City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Nagoya City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Livelihood protection (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.6B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.6B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.3B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Livelihood protection (municipalities)
(by city)
Osaka City
0.3B(1,000 yen)
Yokohama City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Sapporo City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Education (municipalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.7B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.6B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.5B(1,000 yen)
(Expenditure by purpose) Education (municipalities)
(by city)
Yokohama City
0.3B(1,000 yen)
Osaka City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Nagoya City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Total volume of waste matter (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(t)
Osaka
3K(t)
Kanagawa
2K(t)
Total volume of waste matter (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(t)
Osaka City
1K(t)
Nagoya City
784412(t)
Daily waste matter per person
(by prefecture)
Tottori
1050(g/person-day)
Toyama
1044(g/person-day)
Fukushima
1042(g/person-day)
Daily waste matter per person
(by city)
Toyoura Town
4909(g/person-day)
Shimukappu Village
3930(g/person-day)
Hakone Town
3799(g/person-day)
Amount of national health insurance benefits
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.8B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.7B(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
0.6B(1,000 yen)
Amount of national health insurance benefits
(by city)
Yokohama City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Osaka City
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Nagoya City
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Medical consultation fee of persons insured by national health insurance (Per person)
(by prefecture)
Yamaguchi
353259(yen)
Shimane
350634(yen)
Kagoshima
348765(yen)
Medical consultation fee of persons insured by national health insurance (Per person)
(by city)
Nagaoka gun otoyo Town
470444(yen)
Tsukumi City
405568(yen)
Minamata City
403164(yen)
Dental clinics
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10670(number of clinics)
Osaka
5517(number of clinics)
Kanagawa
4948(number of clinics)
Dental clinics
(by city)
Osaka City
2222(number of clinics)
Yokohama City
2091(number of clinics)
Nagoya City
1456(number of clinics)
No. of beds in hospitals
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
128279(number of hospital beds)
Osaka
106920(number of hospital beds)
Hokkai do
94523(number of hospital beds)
No. of beds in hospitals
(by city)
Sapporo City
36726(number of hospital beds)
Osaka City
31759(number of hospital beds)
Yokohama City
27772(number of hospital beds)
Number of physicians
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
45392(person)
Osaka
25552(person)
Kanagawa
20254(person)
Number of physicians
(by city)
Osaka City
9558(person)
Yokohama City
8778(person)
Nagoya City
7272(person)
Number of dentists
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
16597(person)
Osaka
7865(person)
Kanagawa
7365(person)
Number of dentists
(by city)
Yokohama City
3328(person)
Osaka City
3091(person)
Nagoya City
2286(person)
No. of pharmacists
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
48813(person)
Osaka
25632(person)
Kanagawa
22104(person)
No. of pharmacists
(by city)
Osaka City
11350(person)
Yokohama City
9965(person)
Nagoya City
6554(person)

Statistics on Land and Weather in Japan

This is a chart of Land and Weather statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Total land area (Incl. the northern territories and Takeshima)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
8K(ha)
Iwate
1K(ha)
Fukushima
1K(ha)
Total land area (Incl. the northern territories and Takeshima)
(by city)
Takayama City
217761(ha)
Hamamatsu City
155806(ha)
Nikko City
144983(ha)
Ratio of prefectural area in national area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
21.03%
Iwate
4.1%
Fukushima
3.7%
Ratio of municipalities area in prefecture area
(by city)
Toyama City
29.23%
Nikko City
22.62%
Tottori City
21.82%
Ratio of inhabitable area
(by prefecture)
Osaka
69.8%
Chiba
68.9%
Saitama
68.1%
Ratio of inhabitable area
(by city)
Osaka City
100%
SetaAGaya ku
100%
NeriIMa ku
100%
Woodland area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
5K(ha)
Iwate
1K(ha)
Nagano
1K(ha)
Woodland area
(by city)
Takayama City
190549(ha)
Nikko City
121385(ha)
Ashoro Town
118404(ha)
Forest area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
5K(ha)
Iwate
1K(ha)
Nagano
1K(ha)
Forest area
(by city)
Takayama City
189603(ha)
Nikko City
121122(ha)
Ashoro Town
115253(ha)
Area of grass fields other than forest
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
214712(ha)
Akita
15360(ha)
Kumamoto
13712(ha)
Area of grass fields other than forest
(by city)
Betsukai Town
16772(ha)
Akkeshi Town
12797(ha)
Shibecha Town
12607(ha)
Areas of nature conservation areas
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
11(ha)
Hokkai do
9(ha)
Miyagi
8(ha)
Evaluated land tract (Taxable land area)
(by prefecture)
Iwate
0.01T(㎡)
Fukushima
0.01T(㎡)
Niigata
4.9B(㎡)
Evaluated land tract (Taxable land area)
(by city)
Takayama City
0.9B(㎡)
Betsukai Town
0.9B(㎡)
Ichinoseki City
0.8B(㎡)
Evaluated land tract (Paddy field)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
2.4B(㎡)
Niigata
1.6B(㎡)
Akita
1.3B(㎡)
Evaluated land tract (Fields)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
0.01T(㎡)
Kagoshima
1.1B(㎡)
Ibaraki
1B(㎡)
Evaluated land tract (Land of building)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
1.1B(㎡)
Aichi
0.9B(㎡)
Chiba
0.8B(㎡)
Evaluated land tract (Land of building)
(by city)
Yokohama City
0.2B(㎡)
Nagoya City
0.2B(㎡)
Sapporo City
0.1B(㎡)
Natural park area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
868472(ha)
Niigata
316891(ha)
Nagano
278515(ha)
No. of prefectural natural parks
(by prefecture)
Kochi
18(number of parks)
Gifu
15(number of parks)
Niigata
13(number of parks)
Prefectural natural park area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
146873(ha)
Niigata
128580(ha)
Gifu
122225(ha)
National park area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
509240(ha)
Nagano
170709(ha)
Niigata
106383(ha)
Quasi-national park area
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
212359(ha)
Shiga
113071(ha)
Kyoto
93255(ha)
Yearly average of air temperature
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
23.5(゚C)
Kagoshima
19(゚C)
Miyazaki
17.8(゚C)
Highest temperature among monthly averages of daily highest
(by prefecture)
Kumamoto
35.6(゚C)
Aichi
35.3(゚C)
Saga
35.3(゚C)
Lowest temperature among monthly averages of daily lowest
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
14.4(゚C)
Kagoshima
3.7(゚C)
Fukuoka
2.7(゚C)
Yearly clear days
(by prefecture)
Miyazaki
67(days)
Shizuoka
64(days)
Saitama
47(days)
Yearly rainy days
(by prefecture)
Ishikawa
185(days)
Toyama
179(days)
Fukui
175(days)
Yearly snowy days
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
131(days)
Aomori
117(days)
Iwate
106(days)
Yearly sunshine hours
(by prefecture)
Yamanashi
2(hours)
Gunma
2(hours)
Aichi
2(hours)
Yearly precipitation
(by prefecture)
Miyazaki
3(mm)
Kochi
3(mm)
Ishikawa
2(mm)
Yearly average of relative humidity
(by prefecture)
Toyama
78(‰)
Miyazaki
77(‰)
Fukui
77(‰)

Statistics on Population & Household in Japan

This is a chart of Population & Household statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Total population (Both sexes)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
14K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Total population (Both sexes)
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Rates of population change
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.71%
Okinawa
0.35%
Saitama
0.27%
Rates of population change
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
23.96%
Kasuya gun shingu Town
22.95%
MinaATo ku
18.6%
Total population (0-14)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Total population (0-14)
(by city)
Yokohama City
468535(person)
Osaka City
295298(person)
Nagoya City
282497(person)
Total population (15-64)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9K(person)
Kanagawa
5K(person)
Osaka
5K(person)
Total population (15-64)
(by city)
Yokohama City
2K(person)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
Total population (65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Total population (65 and over)
(by city)
Yokohama City
865490(person)
Osaka City
668698(person)
Nagoya City
545210(person)
Percentage distribution of total population (0-14)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
16.9%
Shiga
13.8%
Saga
13.5%
Percentage distribution of total population (0-14)
(by city)
Mie gun asahi Town
21.7%
Kasuya gun shingu Town
20.7%
Nomi gun kawakita Town
20.4%
Percentage distribution of total population (15-64)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
65.8%
Kanagawa
62.7%
Aichi
61.8%
Percentage distribution of total population (15-64)
(by city)
Futaba gun naraha Town
79.8%
Osaka Shi Chuo ku
74.9%
Osaka Shi Naniwa ku
73.6%
Percentage distribution of total population (65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Akita
37.2%
Kochi
35.2%
Yamaguchi
34.3%
Percentage distribution of total population (65 and over)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
100%
Kanra gun nammoku Village
60.5%
Tenryu Village
59%
Population (0 yrs)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
108427(person)
Kanagawa
70955(person)
Osaka
66512(person)
Population (1 yrs)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
105847(person)
Kanagawa
71366(person)
Osaka
66791(person)
Population (100 and over, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5142(person)
Kanagawa
3487(person)
Osaka
3277(person)
Population (100 and over, total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1373(person)
Osaka City
995(person)
Sapporo City
864(person)
Japanese population (Both sexes)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Japanese population (Both sexes)
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Never-married population (15 and over, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Married population (15 and over, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Widowed population (15 and over, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
124303(person)
Osaka
104051(person)
Kanagawa
102312(person)
Divorced population (15 and over, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
172120(person)
Osaka
152175(person)
Kanagawa
131005(person)
Never-married population (15 and over, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Osaka
990419(person)
Kanagawa
973998(person)
Married population (15 and over, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Widowed population (15 and over, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
604184(person)
Osaka
492062(person)
Kanagawa
450269(person)
Divorced population (15 and over, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
304206(person)
Osaka
273110(person)
Kanagawa
210253(person)
Densely inhabited districts population
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Densely inhabited districts population
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Densely inhabited districts area
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1(1,000 ㎡)
Kanagawa
946.76(1,000 ㎡)
Aichi
931.96(1,000 ㎡)
Densely inhabited districts area
(by city)
Yokohama City
349.3(1,000 ㎡)
Nagoya City
279.18(1,000 ㎡)
Sapporo City
235.5(1,000 ㎡)
Population not working or going to school
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
Kanagawa
3K(person)
Population not working or going to school
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
834435(person)
Nagoya City
745692(person)
Population working or schooling in the same shi, ku, machi or mura
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Aichi
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Population working or schooling in the same shi, ku, machi or mura
(by city)
Yokohama City
745867(person)
Nagoya City
576867(person)
Sapporo City
516479(person)
Outflow population (Population working or schooling in other shi, ku, machi or mura of the same prefecture)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Outflow population (Population working or schooling in other shi, ku, machi or mura of the same prefecture)
(by city)
Yokohama City
750094(person)
Nagoya City
670606(person)
Osaka City
612983(person)
Outflow population (Population working or schooling in other prefecture)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Saitama
1K(person)
Chiba
832707(person)
Outflow population (Population working or schooling in other prefecture)
(by city)
Yokohama City
500611(person)
Kawasaki City
320566(person)
Saitama City
208758(person)
Inflow population (Population living in another shi, ku, machi or mura of the same prefecture)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Inflow population (Population living in another shi, ku, machi or mura of the same prefecture)
(by city)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
883541(person)
Yokohama City
806477(person)
Inflow population (Population living in another prefecture)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
667944(person)
Kanagawa
328194(person)
Inflow population (Population living in another prefecture)
(by city)
Osaka City
430226(person)
ChiyYOda ku
392769(person)
MinaATo ku
368970(person)
Daytime population
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15K(person)
Osaka
9K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Daytime population
(by city)
Osaka City
3K(person)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Ratio of daytime population
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
117.8%
Osaka
104.4%
Kyoto
101.8%
Ratio of daytime population
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
7%
Futaba gun katsurao Village
5%
ChiyYOda ku
1%
Foreigners (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
378564(person)
Aichi
166150(person)
Osaka
150890(person)
Foreigners (Total)
(by city)
Osaka City
79568(person)
Yokohama City
68325(person)
Nagoya City
56212(person)
Foreigners (Korea, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
73489(person)
Osaka
73353(person)
Hyogo
35990(person)
Foreigners (China, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
136182(person)
Kanagawa
46294(person)
Saitama
37822(person)
Foreigners (USA, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12629(person)
Kanagawa
4647(person)
Okinawa
2404(person)
Population projection (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
7K(person)
Population projection (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Basic resident register population (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Basic resident register population (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Population of administrative area (Basic resident register population + Registered foreign nationals)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Population per 1 km2 of inhabitable area
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9(person)
Osaka
6(person)
Kanagawa
6(person)
Population per 1 km2 of inhabitable area
(by city)
ToshHIma ku
22(person)
NakaANo ku
21(person)
ArakKAwa ku
20(person)
Median age
(by prefecture)
Akita
54.8(age)
Kochi
52.3(age)
Shimane
52(age)
Median age
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
89.3(age)
Kanra gun nammoku Village
70.6(age)
Tenryu Village
69.3(age)
No. of foreign residents (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
567789(person)
Aichi
260952(person)
Osaka
239113(person)
No. of foreign residents (Asia)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
495278(person)
Osaka
223982(person)
Aichi
182684(person)
No. of foreign residents (Korea)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
114373(person)
Tokyo
96193(person)
Hyogo
46680(person)
No. of foreign residents (China)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
218975(person)
Kanagawa
70506(person)
Saitama
70384(person)
No. of foreign residents (Europe)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
32435(person)
Kanagawa
7984(person)
Osaka
4530(person)
No. of foreign residents (North America)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
24305(person)
Kanagawa
7490(person)
Osaka
4096(person)
No. of foreign residents (South America)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
69495(person)
Shizuoka
35304(person)
Gunma
18559(person)
Foreigners (Rep. of Korea)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
100430(person)
Tokyo
94644(person)
Hyogo
39432(person)
Foreigners (Korea)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5257(person)
Osaka
4754(person)
Hyogo
2862(person)
Number of households (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(households)
Kanagawa
4K(households)
Osaka
4K(households)
Number of households (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
1K(households)
Nuclear families
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(households)
Kanagawa
2K(households)
Osaka
2K(households)
Nuclear families
(by city)
Yokohama City
966951(households)
Osaka City
608983(households)
Nagoya City
540668(households)
Ratio of nuclear families
(by prefecture)
Nara
63.91%
Saitama
61.32%
Wakayama
60.28%
Ratio of nuclear families
(by city)
Inagawa Town
77.03%
Toyono gun toyono Town
75.92%
Soraku gun seika Town
74.91%
Households including non-relatives
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
72694(households)
Osaka
49282(households)
Kanagawa
37505(households)
Households including non-relatives
(by city)
Osaka City
30332(households)
Yokohama City
14111(households)
Sapporo City
12311(households)
One-person households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(households)
Osaka
1K(households)
Kanagawa
1K(households)
One-person households
(by city)
Osaka City
657205(households)
Yokohama City
588068(households)
Nagoya City
446311(households)
No. of households with household members 65 years of age and over
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(households)
Osaka
1K(households)
Kanagawa
1K(households)
No. of relatives households with household members 65 years of age and over
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(households)
Kanagawa
1K(households)
Osaka
993206(households)
No. of nuclear families with household members 65 years of age and over
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(households)
Kanagawa
843399(households)
Osaka
842896(households)
No. of nuclear families with household members 65 years of age and over
(by city)
Yokohama City
340709(households)
Osaka City
223138(households)
Nagoya City
193857(households)
No. of one-person households with household members 65 years of age and over
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
739511(households)
Osaka
520292(households)
Kanagawa
398979(households)
No. of aged-couple households (Only aged couple)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
545144(households)
Osaka
439619(households)
Kanagawa
427748(households)
No. of aged-couple households (Only aged couple)
(by city)
Yokohama City
175158(households)
Osaka City
108394(households)
Nagoya City
101268(households)
Ratio of aged-couple households
(by prefecture)
Yamaguchi
15.06%
Nara
15.04%
Wakayama
14.49%
Ratio of aged-couple households
(by city)
Tano gun kanna Town
27.75%
Kanra gun nammoku Village
27.55%
Toyono gun toyono Town
27.46%
No. of aged-single-person households (Aged 65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
739511(households)
Osaka
520292(households)
Kanagawa
398979(households)
No. of aged-single-person households (Aged 65 and over)
(by city)
Osaka City
201070(households)
Yokohama City
170739(households)
Nagoya City
119907(households)
Ratio of aged-single-person households
(by prefecture)
Kochi
16.49%
Kagoshima
15.33%
Wakayama
15%
Ratio of aged-single-person households
(by city)
Osaka Shi Nishinari ku
32.91%
Niyodogawa Town
31.43%
Nagaoka gun otoyo Town
31.38%
No. of mother-child(ren) households
(by prefecture)
Osaka
64842(households)
Tokyo
60848(households)
Hokkai do
45651(households)
No. of mother-child(ren) households
(by city)
Osaka City
20365(households)
Yokohama City
17600(households)
Sapporo City
15572(households)
No. of mother-children households (3 children or more)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
6748(households)
Fukuoka
5042(households)
Tokyo
4531(households)
No. of mother-children households (3 children or more)
(by city)
Osaka City
1652(households)
Yokohama City
1502(households)
Nagoya City
1342(households)
No. of mother-child(ren) households (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1867(households)
Osaka
1256(households)
Kanagawa
1001(households)
No. of father-child(ren) households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6211(households)
Osaka
5914(households)
Kanagawa
5680(households)
No. of father-child(ren) households
(by city)
Yokohama City
2124(households)
Osaka City
1536(households)
Nagoya City
1389(households)
No. of father-children households (3 children or more)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
579(households)
Aichi
447(households)
Kanagawa
428(households)
No. of father-children households (3 children or more)
(by city)
Yokohama City
151(households)
Nagoya City
133(households)
Osaka City
132(households)
No. of father-child(ren) households (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1048(households)
Kanagawa
705(households)
Osaka
669(households)
Dual income households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(households)
Kanagawa
874313(households)
Aichi
811803(households)
Number of institutional households
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
14088(households)
Tokyo
10188(households)
Fukushima
7585(households)
Number of institutional households
(by city)
Yokohama City
9813(households)
Yokohama Shi Naka ku
7144(households)
Minamisoma City
4493(households)
No. of institutional household members
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
199871(person)
Hokkai do
183465(person)
Kanagawa
160221(person)
No. of institutional household members
(by city)
Yokohama City
65584(person)
Sapporo City
52376(person)
Nagoya City
41627(person)
No. of basic resident register households (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(households)
Kanagawa
4K(households)
Osaka
4K(households)
No. of basic resident register households (Japanese)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
1K(households)
Live birth rate (per 1,000 population)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
10.4
Fukuoka
7.9
Aichi
7.8
Total fertility rate
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
1.82
Miyazaki
1.73
Shimane
1.68
Live births (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
52032(person)
Kanagawa
32367(person)
Osaka
31848(person)
Live births (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
49786(person)
Osaka
30709(person)
Kanagawa
30668(person)
Death rate (per 1,000 population)
(by prefecture)
Akita
16.4
Aomori
14.9
Kochi
14.9
Deaths (65 and over, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
103482(person)
Osaka
78059(person)
Kanagawa
71638(person)
Deaths (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
63222(person)
Osaka
48057(person)
Kanagawa
44768(person)
Deaths (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
57648(person)
Osaka
42353(person)
Kanagawa
39200(person)
Neonatal deaths
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
86(person)
Kanagawa
80(person)
Osaka
55(person)
Infant deaths
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
169(person)
Kanagawa
157(person)
Osaka
127(person)
Standardized death rate (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Aomori
2.01(‰)
Iwate
1.85(‰)
Akita
1.85(‰)
Foetal deaths
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2298(fetu)
Osaka
1415(fetu)
Kanagawa
1365(fetu)
Foetal deaths (after 22 weeks pregnant)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
303(fetu)
Kanagawa
192(fetu)
Aichi
162(fetu)
Preterm neonatal deaths
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
70(person)
Kanagawa
67(person)
Osaka
39(person)
Age-adjusted death rate (Male)
(by prefecture)
Aomori
585.6
Akita
540.3
Iwate
522.5
Age-adjusted death rate (Female)
(by prefecture)
Aomori
288.4
Fukushima
275.7
Ibaraki
273.8
Natural change
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
2553(person)
Shiga
-1K(person)
Tottori
-1K(person)
Natural change rate (per 1,000 population)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
1.7
Tokyo
-1K
Aichi
-1K
Mean age of first marriage (Groom)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
32.3(age)
Kanagawa
31.8(age)
Chiba
31.6(age)
Mean age of first marriage (Bride)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
30.4(age)
Kanagawa
29.9(age)
Kyoto
29.8(age)
Life expectancy (20 yrs, male)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
62.14(years)
Shiga
62.11(years)
Kyoto
61.77(years)
Life expectancy (40 yrs, male)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
42.85(years)
Shiga
42.72(years)
Nara
42.43(years)
Life expectancy (60 yrs, male)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
24.47(years)
Shiga
24.16(years)
Nara
24.06(years)
Life expectancy (65 yrs, male)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
20.27(years)
Shiga
19.92(years)
Kumamoto
19.9(years)
Life expectancy (20 yrs, female)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
68(years)
Okayama
67.93(years)
Shimane
67.91(years)
Life expectancy (40 yrs, female)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
48.36(years)
Shimane
48.32(years)
Okayama
48.25(years)
Life expectancy (60 yrs, female)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
29.62(years)
Nagano
29.41(years)
Shimane
29.4(years)
Life expectancy (65 yrs, female)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
25.19(years)
Shimane
24.89(years)
Nagano
24.83(years)
Live births (including foreigners)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
112385(person)
Kanagawa
75545(person)
Osaka
72952(person)
Deaths (including foreigners)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
111359(person)
Osaka
83387(person)
Kanagawa
73413(person)
Number of in-migrants (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
423617(person)
Kanagawa
212423(person)
Saitama
163433(person)
Number of in-migrants (Japanese)
(by city)
Yokohama City
183093(person)
Osaka City
164639(person)
Nagoya City
132658(person)
Number of in-migrants (All nationalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
460628(person)
Kanagawa
232777(person)
Saitama
188769(person)
Rate of in-migrants (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3.06%
Chiba
2.34%
Kanagawa
2.31%
Rate of in-migrants (Japanese)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
143.9%
Futaba gun katsurao Village
50%
Sennan gun tajiri Town
18.19%
Rate of in-migrants (All nationalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3.33%
Chiba
2.62%
Saitama
2.58%
Number of out-migrants (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
340843(person)
Kanagawa
193557(person)
Osaka
150928(person)
Number of out-migrants (Japanese)
(by city)
Yokohama City
173821(person)
Osaka City
148639(person)
Nagoya City
125905(person)
Number of out-migrants (All nationalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
380784(person)
Kanagawa
209294(person)
Osaka
166163(person)
Rate of out-migrants (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2.47%
Kyoto
2.15%
Nagasaki
2.12%
Rate of out-migrants (Japanese)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
226.83%
Futaba gun katsurao Village
77.78%
Sennan gun tajiri Town
17.79%
Rate of out-migrants (All nationalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2.75%
Chiba
2.43%
Kyoto
2.32%
Number of returnees (excluding temporary visitor) (Japanese, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
109104(person)
Kanagawa
58595(person)
Aichi
43701(person)
Number of returnees (excluding temporary visitor) (Japanese, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
135076(person)
Kanagawa
60219(person)
Osaka
36587(person)
Number of departures (excluding temporary visitor) (Japanese, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
110832(person)
Kanagawa
58791(person)
Aichi
43534(person)
Number of departures (excluding temporary visitor) (Japanese, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
136801(person)
Kanagawa
60168(person)
Osaka
36895(person)
Rate of net-migration (Japanese)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.6%
Chiba
0.27%
Saitama
0.23%
Rate of net-migration (Japanese)
(by city)
Kasuya gun shingu Town
3.92%
Mikurajima Village
3.88%
Kagoshimagun toshima Village
3.17%
Rate of net-migration (All nationalities)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.58%
Saitama
0.34%
Kanagawa
0.26%

Statistics on Labor, Wages in Japan

This is a chart of Labor, Wages statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
(Population census) Population in labour force
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(person)
Kanagawa
4K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
734921(person)
Nagoya City
680717(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force (Male)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
653215(person)
Nagoya City
648908(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Osaka
975991(person)
Kanagawa
963424(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force (Male)
(by city)
Yokohama City
385413(person)
Osaka City
254398(person)
Nagoya City
231823(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
(Population census) Population in labour force (Female)
(by city)
Yokohama City
726090(person)
Osaka City
534758(person)
Nagoya City
484609(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
(Population census) Population not in labour force (Female)
(by city)
Yokohama City
745911(person)
Osaka City
480523(person)
Nagoya City
448894(person)
Population not in labour force of mother-child(ren) household
(by prefecture)
Osaka
7091(households)
Tokyo
5272(households)
Hokkai do
4864(households)
(Employment Status Survey) Population (Age 15 or over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12177(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
8027(1,000 persons)
Osaka
7752(1,000 persons)
(Population census) Employed persons
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(person)
Kanagawa
4K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
(Population census) Employed persons
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, mostly worked
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Kanagawa
3K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, mostly worked
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Osaka City
920961(person)
Nagoya City
884087(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, worked besides doing housework
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
748699(person)
Kanagawa
612019(person)
Aichi
559480(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, worked besides doing housework
(by city)
Yokohama City
246764(person)
Nagoya City
157187(person)
Osaka City
148707(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, working besides mainly attending school
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
142939(person)
Kanagawa
105878(person)
Osaka
86721(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, working besides mainly attending school
(by city)
Yokohama City
44098(person)
Kyoto City
26549(person)
Nagoya City
26091(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, absent from work
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
137728(person)
Osaka
83137(person)
Kanagawa
81575(person)
(Population census) Employed persons, absent from work
(by city)
Yokohama City
34606(person)
Osaka City
29221(person)
Nagoya City
20640(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Age 65 or over, total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
741788(person)
Osaka
461324(person)
Kanagawa
457005(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
235477(person)
Osaka
211094(person)
Kanagawa
168059(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons
(by city)
Osaka City
67778(person)
Yokohama City
64687(person)
Sapporo City
48619(person)
(Population census) Unemployment rate
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
6.3%
Osaka
5.3%
Fukuoka
5.3%
(Population census) Unemployment rate
(by city)
Tagawa gun fukuchi Town
13.7%
Kamisunagawa Town
13.3%
Tagawa gun oto Town
12.4%
(Population census) Employed persons (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Aichi
2K(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Male)
(by city)
Yokohama City
970876(person)
Nagoya City
619963(person)
Osaka City
610410(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Age 65 or over, male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
440407(person)
Kanagawa
281254(person)
Osaka
280434(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
148103(person)
Osaka
136319(person)
Kanagawa
109787(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons (Male)
(by city)
Osaka City
42805(person)
Yokohama City
41634(person)
Sapporo City
29114(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Female)
(by city)
Yokohama City
703037(person)
Osaka City
509785(person)
Nagoya City
468042(person)
(Population census) Employed persons (Age 65 or over, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
301381(person)
Osaka
180890(person)
Kanagawa
175751(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
87374(person)
Osaka
74775(person)
Kanagawa
58272(person)
(Population census) Unemployed persons (Female)
(by city)
Osaka City
24973(person)
Yokohama City
23053(person)
Sapporo City
19505(person)
No. of unemployed persons of mother-child(ren) household
(by prefecture)
Osaka
3625(households)
Hokkai do
2623(households)
Fukuoka
2602(households)
No. of administrative and managerial workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
174680(person)
Kanagawa
98095(person)
Osaka
91538(person)
No. of professional and engineering workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
809358(person)
Osaka
592812(person)
No. of clerical workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
894581(person)
Osaka
751617(person)
No. of sales workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
792742(person)
Kanagawa
572183(person)
Osaka
537372(person)
No. of service workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
615812(person)
Kanagawa
469936(person)
Osaka
447014(person)
No. of security workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
92118(person)
Kanagawa
76866(person)
Hokkai do
74752(person)
No. of agricultural, forestry and fishery workers
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
159763(person)
Nagano
92572(person)
Chiba
79728(person)
No. of manufacturing process workers
(by prefecture)
Aichi
701597(person)
Osaka
445070(person)
Saitama
436078(person)
No. of transport and machine operation workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
142619(person)
Kanagawa
128765(person)
Saitama
124338(person)
No. of construction and mining workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
165890(person)
Kanagawa
155844(person)
Saitama
153519(person)
No. of carrying, cleaning, packaging, and related workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
306577(person)
Aichi
262858(person)
Osaka
262492(person)
Occupation (Unclassifiable)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
665179(person)
Osaka
308812(person)
Saitama
244227(person)
Persons employed in primary industry
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
170336(person)
Nagano
96899(person)
Chiba
80221(person)
Persons employed in primary industry
(by city)
Hamamatsu City
15563(person)
Niigata City
13773(person)

(person)
Persons employed in secondary industry
(by prefecture)
Aichi
1K(person)
Tokyo
898380(person)
Kanagawa
867104(person)
Persons employed in secondary industry
(by city)
Yokohama City
324156(person)
Nagoya City
250784(person)
Osaka City
220980(person)
Persons employed in tertiary industry
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Persons employed in tertiary industry
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
764435(person)
Osaka City
752032(person)
Agricultural, forestry and fishery workers
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
117290(person)
Nagano
76210(person)
Kumamoto
63010(person)
Agricultural, forestry and fishery workers
(by city)
Niigata City
11100(person)
Hamamatsu City
11090(person)
Hirosaki City
10940(person)
Directors
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
153570(person)
Kanagawa
86890(person)
Osaka
80510(person)
Directors
(by city)
Yokohama City
41450(person)
Nagoya City
26900(person)
Osaka City
25940(person)
Shop proprietors
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
36320(person)
Osaka
33810(person)
Aichi
22600(person)
Shop proprietors
(by city)
Osaka City
12550(person)
Nagoya City
8170(person)
Kyoto City
7410(person)
Factory proprietors
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
46900(person)
Aichi
36420(person)
Osaka
35370(person)
Factory proprietors
(by city)
Yokohama City
11420(person)
Osaka City
10350(person)
Nagoya City
9940(person)
Service shop and other proprietors
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
58390(person)
Osaka
43080(person)
Aichi
37050(person)
Service shop and other proprietors
(by city)
Osaka City
14030(person)
Yokohama City
14020(person)
Nagoya City
11890(person)
Professional workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
175690(person)
Kanagawa
92520(person)
Osaka
80360(person)
Professional workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
42830(person)
Nagoya City
30270(person)
Osaka City
23110(person)
Technical workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
540230(person)
Kanagawa
463470(person)
Aichi
314870(person)
Technical workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
192900(person)
Nagoya City
91640(person)
Kawasaki City
89580(person)
Teachers and religious workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
207790(person)
Kanagawa
173140(person)
Osaka
159960(person)
Teachers and religious workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
69210(person)
Nagoya City
42480(person)
Osaka City
38820(person)
Authors, artists, and entertainers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
193630(person)
Kanagawa
88370(person)
Osaka
58970(person)
Authors, artists, and entertainers
(by city)
Yokohama City
37520(person)
Osaka City
20580(person)
Kawasaki City
19280(person)
Managers and officials
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
17220(person)
Kanagawa
12720(person)
Aichi
11930(person)
Managers and officials
(by city)
Yokohama City
5440(person)
Nagoya City
4130(person)
Sapporo City
2820(person)
Clerical workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
926620(person)
Osaka
768620(person)
Clerical workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
404900(person)
Nagoya City
230910(person)
Osaka City
221500(person)
Sales workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
735040(person)
Kanagawa
543430(person)
Osaka
503990(person)
Sales workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
235900(person)
Nagoya City
159250(person)
Osaka City
144400(person)
Skilled workers
(by prefecture)
Aichi
865930(person)
Osaka
640770(person)
Saitama
638570(person)
Skilled workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
209920(person)
Nagoya City
175290(person)
Osaka City
163850(person)
Labourers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
298870(person)
Aichi
261780(person)
Saitama
261020(person)
Labourers
(by city)
Yokohama City
92980(person)
Osaka City
74080(person)
Nagoya City
69570(person)
Service workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
572730(person)
Kanagawa
436120(person)
Osaka
406380(person)
Service workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
173760(person)
Osaka City
121830(person)
Nagoya City
114860(person)
Protective service workers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
92850(person)
Kanagawa
76530(person)
Hokkai do
73880(person)
Protective service workers
(by city)
Yokohama City
24150(person)
Sapporo City
17940(person)
Yokosuka City
15360(person)
Home handicraft
(by prefecture)
Aichi
10140(person)
Osaka
6430(person)
Saitama
5850(person)
Home handicraft
(by city)
Kyoto City
2050(person)
Nagoya City
1730(person)
Osaka City
1680(person)
Persons living and working in the same prefecture
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Aichi
3K(person)
Osaka
3K(person)
Persons living and working in the same municipality
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Hokkai do
1K(person)
Persons living and working in the same municipality
(by city)
Yokohama City
502711(person)
Nagoya City
412005(person)
Osaka City
383193(person)
Employed persons in other municipalities in the same prefecture
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Employed persons in other municipalities in the same prefecture
(by city)
Yokohama City
645334(person)
Nagoya City
595018(person)
Osaka City
547305(person)
Employed persons in other prefectures
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
997576(person)
Saitama
954210(person)
Chiba
754776(person)
Employed persons in other prefectures
(by city)
Yokohama City
443721(person)
Kawasaki City
287201(person)
Saitama City
185098(person)
Commuters to other municipalities
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Commuters to other municipalities
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
615642(person)
Osaka City
602847(person)
Ratio of commuters to other municipalities
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
59.1%
Tokyo
56.4%
Saitama
56.4%
Ratio of commuters to other municipalities
(by city)
Funahashi Village
81.5%
Oji Town
77.4%
Ikomagun ando Town
76.7%
Employed persons living in other prefectures
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
591717(person)
Kanagawa
277379(person)
Employed persons living in other prefectures
(by city)
Osaka City
404927(person)
ChiyYOda ku
360194(person)
MinaATo ku
355133(person)
Commuters from other municipalities
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Commuters from other municipalities
(by city)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
850409(person)
Yokohama City
811771(person)
Ratio of commuters from other municipalities
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
93%
Osaka
64.5%
Aichi
49.9%
Ratio of commuters from other municipalities
(by city)
Futaba gun katsurao Village
9%
ChiyYOda ku
2%
Osaka Shi Chuo ku
838.1%
Persons living and working in the same prefecture (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Persons living and working in the same prefecture (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
Employed persons based on place of work
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8K(person)
Osaka
4K(person)
Aichi
3K(person)
Employed persons based on place of work
(by city)
Osaka City
1K(person)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
Persons with a job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7887(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
4901(1,000 persons)
Osaka
4471(1,000 persons)
Not engaged in work
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4290(1,000 persons)
Osaka
3281(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
3127(1,000 persons)
Not engaged in work ・ Keeping house
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2056(1,000 persons)
Osaka
1532(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
1528(1,000 persons)
Not engaged in work ・ Attending school
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
708(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
469(1,000 persons)
Osaka
453(1,000 persons)
Persons with a job (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4433(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
2834(1,000 persons)
Osaka
2479(1,000 persons)
Not engaged in work (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1534(1,000 persons)
Osaka
1212(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
1152(1,000 persons)
Persons with a job (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3454(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
2067(1,000 persons)
Osaka
1992(1,000 persons)
Not engaged in work (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2756(1,000 persons)
Osaka
2068(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
1975(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to work
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1022(1,000 persons)
Osaka
700(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
668(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to continue present job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5921(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
3767(1,000 persons)
Osaka
3446(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to have an additional job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
677(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
371(1,000 persons)
Osaka
310(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to have an additional job (Job seeker)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
282(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
132(1,000 persons)
Osaka
105(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to change job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
871(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
536(1,000 persons)
Osaka
454(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to change job (Job seeker)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
392(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
247(1,000 persons)
Saitama
192(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who wish to terminate job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
290(1,000 persons)
Osaka
180(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
170(1,000 persons)
No. of persons who do not wish to work
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3154(1,000 persons)
Osaka
2529(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
2419(1,000 persons)
Ratio of job changes
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
10.5%
Tokyo
9.8%
Kanagawa
9.5%
No. of persons who continue present job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6744(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
4221(1,000 persons)
Osaka
3833(1,000 persons)
Persons who changed their job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
446000(person)
Kanagawa
259600(person)
Osaka
227300(person)
Ratio of persons who changed jobs
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
6.7%
Chiba
5.8%
Tokyo
5.7%
Persons who quit their job
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
258900(person)
Osaka
193900(person)
Kanagawa
193200(person)
Ratio of persons who left jobs
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
4.9%
Okinawa
4.8%
Miyazaki
4.8%
Persons who began work in the past year
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
488700(person)
Kanagawa
313800(person)
Osaka
279500(person)
Ratio of newly employed
(by prefecture)
Kyoto
6.9%
Okinawa
6.7%
Fukuoka
6.5%
No. of persons not working continuously
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3899(1,000 persons)
Osaka
3008(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
2871(1,000 persons)
No. of working days
(by prefecture)
Aomori
20.4(days)
Iwate
20.2(days)
Akita
20.1(days)
No. of working days (Male)
(by prefecture)
Aomori
21.1(days)
Akita
20.7(days)
Iwate
20.6(days)
No. of working days (Female)
(by prefecture)
Iwate
19.7(days)
Aomori
19.6(days)
Akita
19.5(days)
Scheduled actual working hours (Male)
(by prefecture)
Kagoshima
170(hours)
Wakayama
170(hours)
Saga
170(hours)
Actual overtime working hours (Male)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
20(hours)
Chiba
20(hours)
Shiga
20(hours)
Scheduled actual working hours (Female)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
167(hours)
Kumamoto
166(hours)
Yamaguchi
166(hours)
Actual overtime working hours (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10(hours)
Aichi
10(hours)
Tochigi
10(hours)
Contractual cash earnings (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
454.7(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
406.3(1,000 yen)
Aichi
400.4(1,000 yen)
Scheduled cash earnings (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
420.3(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
366.3(1,000 yen)
Osaka
363.8(1,000 yen)
Salary of part-time workers (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokushima
1370(yen)
Tokyo
1366(yen)
Osaka
1274(yen)
Contractual cash earnings (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
323.1(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
299.1(1,000 yen)
Osaka
284.5(1,000 yen)
Scheduled cash earnings (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
300.6(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
277.4(1,000 yen)
Osaka
265(1,000 yen)
Salary of part-time workers (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1310(yen)
Kanagawa
1226(yen)
Osaka
1193(yen)
Starting salary, upper secondary school graduates (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
175.3(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
175(1,000 yen)
Nara
174.6(1,000 yen)
Starting salary, university graduates (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
219.8(1,000 yen)
Osaka
212.9(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
211.7(1,000 yen)
Starting salary, upper secondary school graduates (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
174.4(1,000 yen)
Hiroshima
173.3(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
172.4(1,000 yen)
Starting salary, technical college and junior college graduates (Female)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
196.8(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
190.7(1,000 yen)
Tokyo
189.3(1,000 yen)
Minimum wages by region
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
985(yen)
Kanagawa
983(yen)
Osaka
936(yen)
No. of new applications (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
326193(number of contracts)
Osaka
252030(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
211045(number of contracts)
No. of new applications of part-time job (Regular)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
133443(number of contracts)
Osaka
113787(number of contracts)
Kanagawa
84141(number of contracts)
No. of new applications of part-time job (Casual)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
3346(number of contracts)
Gunma
1057(number of contracts)
Nagano
766(number of contracts)
No. of new lower secondary school graduates seeking a job
(by prefecture)
Aichi
191(person)
Shizuoka
44(person)
Tokyo
30(person)
No. of new upper secondary school graduates seeking a job
(by prefecture)
Aichi
11951(person)
Osaka
7690(person)
Hokkai do
7581(person)
No. of new applications (Age 45 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
135826(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
102188(number of contracts)
Osaka
95545(number of contracts)
No. of new applications (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
65108(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
60669(number of contracts)
Osaka
41270(number of contracts)
No. of new applications (Age 65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
25035(number of contracts)
Tokyo
15897(number of contracts)
Osaka
9861(number of contracts)
No. of monthly active applications (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Hokkai do
772601(person)
No. of monthly active applications of part-time job (Regular)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
611664(person)
Osaka
539892(person)
Aichi
385399(person)
No. of monthly active applications of part-time job (Casual)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
10483(person)
Gunma
3821(person)
Tokyo
3613(person)
No. of active applications (Age 45 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
53626(person)
Osaka
36630(person)
Hokkai do
29876(person)
No. of active applications (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
25146(person)
Hokkai do
16756(person)
Osaka
16177(person)
No. of active applications (Age 65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
5503(person)
Tokyo
5230(person)
Osaka
3690(person)
No. of persons who found employment (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
71673(number of contracts)
Osaka
64850(number of contracts)
Fukuoka
48239(number of contracts)
No. of new employments in the establishment located in the same prefecture (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
60945(number of contracts)
Osaka
56627(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
46307(number of contracts)
No. of persons who found employment of part-time job (Regular)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
44684(number of contracts)
Osaka
43723(number of contracts)
Aichi
25786(number of contracts)
No. of persons who found employment of part-time job (Casual)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8937(number of contracts)
Osaka
4904(number of contracts)
Kanagawa
4391(number of contracts)
No. of persons who found employment (Age 45 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
31262(number of contracts)
Osaka
26169(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
18846(number of contracts)
No. of persons who found employment (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13775(number of contracts)
Osaka
10444(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
8005(number of contracts)
No. of persons who found employment (Age 65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2867(number of contracts)
Osaka
1779(number of contracts)
Hokkai do
1370(number of contracts)
No. of new employments (Disabled persons)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
7911(number of contracts)
Tokyo
6809(number of contracts)
Aichi
5489(number of contracts)
No. of new employments (Physically disabled persons)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
2194(number of contracts)
Tokyo
1826(number of contracts)
Fukuoka
1444(number of contracts)
No. of new employments (Mentally disabled persons and others)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
5717(number of contracts)
Tokyo
4983(number of contracts)
Aichi
4111(number of contracts)
No. of new employments (Mentally disabled persons)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
1815(number of contracts)
Tokyo
1529(number of contracts)
Aichi
1136(number of contracts)
No. of new lower secondary school graduates getting jobs
(by prefecture)
Aichi
190(person)
Shizuoka
41(person)
Tokyo
30(person)
No. of new upper secondary school graduates getting jobs
(by prefecture)
Aichi
11947(person)
Osaka
7690(person)
Hokkai do
7533(person)
No. of monthly active job openings (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
No. of new lower secondary school graduates openings
(by prefecture)
Aichi
586(person)
Tokyo
215(person)
Osaka
158(person)
No. of new upper secondary school graduates openings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
48689(person)
Aichi
35751(person)
Osaka
31624(person)
No. of sufficiency (General)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
99432(person)
Osaka
71519(person)
Fukuoka
49908(person)
(Population census) No. of employees
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(person)
Kanagawa
3K(person)
Aichi
2K(person)
(Population census) No. of employees
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
867278(person)
Osaka City
816293(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Regular employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Aichi
1K(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Regular employees)
(by city)
Yokohama City
912602(person)
Nagoya City
562622(person)
Osaka City
510565(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Temporary employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
184330(person)
Kanagawa
131647(person)
Aichi
114012(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Temporary employees)
(by city)
Yokohama City
54045(person)
Osaka City
35288(person)
Nagoya City
32025(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Part-time employees and others)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
997982(person)
(Population census) No. of employees (Part-time employees and others)
(by city)
Yokohama City
424446(person)
Nagoya City
272631(person)
Osaka City
270440(person)
(Population census) No. of board members of company, etc.
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
378891(person)
Kanagawa
208121(person)
Osaka
191583(person)
(Population census) No. of board members of company, etc.
(by city)
Yokohama City
90173(person)
Nagoya City
66955(person)
Osaka City
62483(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed, employing others
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
96135(person)
Osaka
77917(person)
Aichi
66106(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed, employing others
(by city)
Osaka City
25183(person)
Yokohama City
22095(person)
Nagoya City
20553(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed, not employing others
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
372025(person)
Osaka
234128(person)
Kanagawa
211051(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed, not employing others
(by city)
Yokohama City
79317(person)
Osaka City
70705(person)
Nagoya City
57497(person)
(Population census) No. of family employees (Total)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
102809(person)
Tokyo
101336(person)
Hokkai do
97755(person)
(Population census) No. of family employees (Total)
(by city)
Osaka City
25586(person)
Nagoya City
22213(person)
Yokohama City
21430(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed and family employees (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
569496(person)
Osaka
393262(person)
Aichi
372946(person)
(Population census) No. of self-employed and family employees (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
122842(person)
Osaka City
121474(person)
Nagoya City
100263(person)
No. of workers (General works)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
341554(10 persons)
Aichi
156088(10 persons)
Osaka
144437(10 persons)
No. of workers (Age 45 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
144516(10 persons)
Aichi
64928(10 persons)
Osaka
60697(10 persons)
No. of workers (Age 55 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
55126(10 persons)
Aichi
25885(10 persons)
Osaka
23235(10 persons)
No. of workers (Age 65 and over)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7080(10 persons)
Hokkai do
4753(10 persons)
Fukuoka
4279(10 persons)
No. of part-time worker (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
24761(10 persons)
Aichi
15230(10 persons)
Kanagawa
14266(10 persons)
No. of part-time worker (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
54942(10 persons)
Aichi
38642(10 persons)
Kanagawa
38188(10 persons)
Agricultural, forestry and fishery employees
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
43390(person)
Ibaraki
13380(person)
Nagano
13100(person)
Agricultural, forestry and fishery employees
(by city)
Hamamatsu City
2470(person)
Miyazaki City
1970(person)
Hokota City
1940(person)
No. of labour unions
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7095
Osaka
4143
Hokkai do
3059
Membership of labour unions
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Aichi
795169(person)
Osaka
703360(person)
No. of labour disputes
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
112(number of contracts)
Osaka
26(number of contracts)
Hyogo
22(number of contracts)
No. of employees involved (Labour disputes)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
699(person)
Nagasaki
252(person)
Nagano
184(person)
No. of lost work days
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
905(days)
Nagasaki
568(days)
Okinawa
251(days)
Frequency rate of occurrence of industrial accidents
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
2.8
Shimane
2.79
Wakayama
2.78
Severity rate of occurrence of industrial accidents
(by prefecture)
Tottori
0.34
Kumamoto
0.26
Miyazaki
0.22

Statistics on Forestry, Forestry and Fisheries in Japan

This is a chart of Forestry, Forestry and Fisheries statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Population engaged in farming (Commercial farm households)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
96557(person)
Ibaraki
89594(person)
Nagano
82922(person)
Population engaged in farming (Commercial farm households, male)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
52509(person)
Ibaraki
46272(person)
Nagano
42198(person)
Population engaged in farming (Commercial farm households, female)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
44048(person)
Ibaraki
43322(person)
Nagano
40724(person)
Gross agricultural product
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
1K(million yen)
Kagoshima
500000(million yen)
Ibaraki
496700(million yen)
No. of farm households
(by prefecture)
Nagano
104759(number of dwelling units)
Ibaraki
87678(number of dwelling units)
Hyogo
81416(number of dwelling units)
No. of farm households (Commercial farm households)
(by prefecture)
Ibaraki
57239(number of dwelling units)
Niigata
54409(number of dwelling units)
Fukushima
52270(number of dwelling units)
No. of farm households (Commercial farm households)
(by city)
Niigata City
8249(number of dwelling units)
Ichinoseki City
7795(number of dwelling units)
Oshu City
7791(number of dwelling units)
No. of commercial farm households (Full-time)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
26597(number of dwelling units)
Kagoshima
21514(number of dwelling units)
Nagano
17229(number of dwelling units)
No. of commercial farm households (Full-time)
(by city)
Hirosaki City
2529(number of dwelling units)
Miyakojima City
2507(number of dwelling units)

(number of dwelling units)
No. of commercial farm households (Part-time)
(by prefecture)
Niigata
43628(number of dwelling units)
Ibaraki
40352(number of dwelling units)
Fukushima
40192(number of dwelling units)
No. of commercial farm households (Part-time)
(by city)
Niigata City
6497(number of dwelling units)
Ichinoseki City
6062(number of dwelling units)
Oshu City
5940(number of dwelling units)
No. of farm households (Self-sufficient farm)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
52982(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
38765(number of dwelling units)
Hyogo
34585(number of dwelling units)
No. of farm households (Self-sufficient farm)
(by city)
Nagano City
6622(number of dwelling units)
Fukuyama City
5865(number of dwelling units)
Hamamatsu City
5852(number of dwelling units)
No. of core persons mainly engaged in farming (Commercial farm households)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
89228(person)
Ibaraki
76821(person)
Nagano
73467(person)
Cultivated land area (Paddy fields)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
222200(ha)
Niigata
150900(ha)
Akita
129100(ha)
Cultivated land area (Fields)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
922300(ha)
Kagoshima
80000(ha)
Aomori
71200(ha)
Area of converted farm land
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
991.6(ha)
Okayama
972.7(ha)
Ibaraki
739.2(ha)
Area of abandoned cropland
(by prefecture)
Fukushima
25226(ha)
Ibaraki
23918(ha)
Chiba
19062(ha)
Area of abandoned cropland
(by city)
Nihommatsu City
3013(ha)
Ichinoseki City
2919(ha)
Hamamatsu City
2682(ha)
Self-sufficiency ratio for food in calorie base
(by prefecture)
Akita
192%
Hokkai do
185%
Yamagata
139%
(Sixth industry) No. of agricultural production business entities (agricultural product processing)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
2640(businesses entities)
Wakayama
1470(businesses entities)
Hokkai do
1300(businesses entities)
(Sixth industry) No. of agricultural production business entities (farmer's market)
(by prefecture)
Chiba
1450(businesses entities)
Hokkai do
1280(businesses entities)
Nagano
1020(businesses entities)
(Sixth industry) Total amount of agricultural production business entities (agricultural product processing)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
117714(million yen)
Shizuoka
65646(million yen)
Ehime
50665(million yen)
(Sixth industry) Total amount of agricultural production business entities (farmer's market)
(by prefecture)
Fukuoka
47953(million yen)
Saitama
45315(million yen)
Chiba
44959(million yen)
Length of forest roads
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
23836(km)
Nagano
7190(km)
Gifu
6101(km)
Production by fisheries and aquaculture
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
300014(million yen)
Nagasaki
97422(million yen)
Ehime
91287(million yen)
Production of marine fisheries
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
260838(million yen)
Nagasaki
68100(million yen)
Shizuoka
55911(million yen)
Production of aquaculture in marine water
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
58705(million yen)
Kagoshima
55501(million yen)
Ehime
55323(million yen)
Quantity of catches
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
746592(t)
Nagasaki
317069(t)
Ibaraki
297896(t)
Quantity of catches of marine fisheries
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
738957(t)
Nagasaki
317069(t)
Ibaraki
295345(t)
Quantity of catches of inland water fisheries
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
13396(t)
Aomori
5957(t)
Shimane
4092(t)
Catches of aquaculture
(by prefecture)
Hiroshima
107312(t)
Miyagi
91635(t)
Hokkai do
82596(t)
Catches of aquaculture in marine water
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
166125(t)
Hiroshima
110730(t)
Aomori
101091(t)
Catches of inland water aquaculture
(by prefecture)
Kagoshima
8277(t)
Aichi
6485(t)
Miyazaki
4047(t)
No. of persons engaged in fisheries
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
29652(person)
Nagasaki
14310(person)
Aomori
9879(person)

Statistics on Mining Industry in Japan

This is a chart of Mining Industry statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Value added of manufacturing
(by prefecture)
Aichi
13K(million yen)
Shizuoka
5K(million yen)
Osaka
5K(million yen)
Number of manufacturing establishments
(by prefecture)
Osaka
15784(number of establishments)
Aichi
15576(number of establishments)
Saitama
10902(number of establishments)
Number of manufacturing establishments
(by city)
Osaka City
4862(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
3504(number of establishments)
Higashiosaka City
2348(number of establishments)
Manufacturing establishment site area
(by prefecture)
Aichi
119197(1,000 ㎡)
Ibaraki
78836(1,000 ㎡)
Hyogo
71616(1,000 ㎡)
Industrial water used
(by prefecture)
Chiba
16K(㎥/Day)
Yamaguchi
15K(㎥/Day)
Aichi
14K(㎥/Day)
Industrial water used (Fresh water)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
11K(㎥/Day)
Chiba
10K(㎥/Day)
Yamaguchi
9K(㎥/Day)
Industrial water used (Salt water)
(by prefecture)
Yamaguchi
6K(㎥/Day)
Chiba
5K(㎥/Day)
Hyogo
4K(㎥/Day)

Statistics on Commerce and Service Industry in Japan

This is a chart of Commerce and Service Industry statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Retail stores (per 1,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Kochi
10.88(store)
Shimane
10.69(store)
Wakayama
10.55(store)
Retail stores (per 1,000 persons)
(by city)
Soma gun iitate Village
195.12(store)
Futaba gun katsurao Village
111.11(store)
ChiyYOda ku
56.71(store)
Eating and drinking places (per 1,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
6.87(store)
Kochi
6.13(store)
Tokyo
5.8(store)
Eating and drinking places (per 1,000 persons)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
60.05(store)
Nagoya Shi Naka ku
57.59(store)
Osaka Shi Chuo ku
48.13(store)
Large-scale retail stores (per 100,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
17.51(store)
Kyoto
16.31(store)
Osaka
15.74(store)
Large-scale retail stores (per 100,000 persons)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
159.23(store)
Toyone Village
88.11(store)
TokyYO chuo ku
74.37(store)
Department stores and general merchandise store (per 100,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
2.02(store)
Ishikawa
1.82(store)
Shiga
1.77(store)
Department stores and general merchandise store (per 100,000 persons)
(by city)
Hiezu Village
29.08(store)
Mikawa Town
25.88(store)
Kariwa gun kariwa Village
20.94(store)
Annual sales of commercial goods
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(million yen)
Osaka
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
43K(million yen)
Annual sales of commercial goods
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
47K(million yen)
Osaka City
41K(million yen)
MinaATo ku
40K(million yen)
Annual sales of commercial goods (per establishment)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1(million yen)
Osaka
602.8(million yen)
Aichi
567.1(million yen)
Annual sales of commercial goods (per establishment)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
8(million yen)
MinaATo ku
8(million yen)
TokyYO chuo ku
4(million yen)
Annual sales of commercial goods (per employee)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10(10 thousand yen)
Osaka
6(10 thousand yen)
Aichi
6(10 thousand yen)
Annual sales of commercial goods (per employee)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
33(10 thousand yen)
MinaATo ku
26(10 thousand yen)
Nagoya Shi Nakamura ku
22(10 thousand yen)
Annual sales of goods (Wholesale trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(million yen)
Osaka
49K(million yen)
Aichi
34K(million yen)
Annual sales of goods (Wholesale trade)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
45K(million yen)
MinaATo ku
39K(million yen)
Osaka City
36K(million yen)
Annual sales of goods (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
20K(million yen)
Osaka
10K(million yen)
Kanagawa
9K(million yen)
Annual sales of goods (Retail trade)
(by city)
Osaka City
4K(million yen)
Yokohama City
4K(million yen)
Nagoya City
3K(million yen)
Number of establishments (Commerce)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
150728(number of establishments)
Osaka
99597(number of establishments)
Aichi
77110(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Commerce)
(by city)
Osaka City
36335(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
24144(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
20225(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Wholesale trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
54057(number of establishments)
Osaka
36071(number of establishments)
Aichi
25054(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Wholesale trade)
(by city)
Osaka City
16524(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
10289(number of establishments)
Fukuoka City
6557(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
96671(number of establishments)
Osaka
63526(number of establishments)
Aichi
52056(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Retail trade)
(by city)
Osaka City
19811(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
15193(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
13855(number of establishments)
Number of employees (Commerce)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Osaka
984920(person)
Aichi
724971(person)
Number of employees (Commerce)
(by city)
Osaka City
404846(person)
Nagoya City
260130(person)
Yokohama City
227556(person)
Number of employees (Wholesale trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Osaka
449573(person)
Aichi
280246(person)
Number of employees (Wholesale trade)
(by city)
Osaka City
241212(person)
TokyYO chuo ku
133439(person)
Nagoya City
132649(person)
Number of employees (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
896240(person)
Osaka
535347(person)
Kanagawa
492854(person)
Number of employees (Retail trade)
(by city)
Osaka City
163634(person)
Yokohama City
163611(person)
Nagoya City
127481(person)
Value of goods in stock
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Aichi
1K(million yen)
Value of goods in stock (Wholesale trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Aichi
988051(million yen)
Value of goods in stock (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(million yen)
Osaka
576691(million yen)
Kanagawa
567420(million yen)
No. of retail stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
95501(number of establishments)
Osaka
62883(number of establishments)
Aichi
51577(number of establishments)
No. of retail stores
(by city)
Osaka City
26318(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
19504(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
17823(number of establishments)
No. of retail stores of general merchandise
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
252(store)
Aichi
175(store)
Kanagawa
169(store)
No. of retail stores of general merchandise
(by city)
Yokohama City
73(store)
Nagoya City
59(store)
Osaka City
53(store)
No. of dry goods, apparel and accessory retail stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
17200(store)
Osaka
10909(store)
Aichi
7923(store)
No. of dry goods, apparel and accessory retail stores
(by city)
Osaka City
5726(store)
Nagoya City
3384(store)
Yokohama City
3265(store)
No. of food and drink stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
29603(store)
Osaka
18420(store)
Kanagawa
16314(store)
No. of food and drink stores
(by city)
Osaka City
7480(store)
Yokohama City
6093(store)
Nagoya City
4541(store)
No. of retail stores of machines and tools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9295(store)
Aichi
9002(store)
Osaka
8022(store)
No. of retail stores of machines and tools
(by city)
Nagoya City
2517(store)
Osaka City
2408(store)
Yokohama City
2297(store)
No. of other retail stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
34652(store)
Osaka
22566(store)
Aichi
18788(store)
No. of other retail stores
(by city)
Osaka City
9328(store)
Yokohama City
6977(store)
Nagoya City
6497(store)
No. of retail stores with no store houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4499(store)
Osaka
2801(store)
Fukuoka
1877(store)
No. of retail stores with no store houses
(by city)
Osaka City
1323(store)
Nagoya City
825(store)
Yokohama City
799(store)
No. of gas stations
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
1797(number of facilities)
Aichi
1423(number of facilities)
Chiba
1125(number of facilities)
No. of barbers and beauty shops
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
31011(number of establishments)
Osaka
22927(number of establishments)
Aichi
17731(number of establishments)
No. of barbers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8167(number of establishments)
Osaka
6529(number of establishments)
Hokkai do
6497(number of establishments)
No. of beauty shops
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
22844(number of establishments)
Osaka
16398(number of establishments)
Aichi
12150(number of establishments)
No. of laundries
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9981(number of establishments)
Osaka
6500(number of establishments)
Aichi
5068(number of establishments)
No. of public bathhouses
(by prefecture)
Osaka
579(number of establishments)
Tokyo
561(number of establishments)
Aomori
303(number of establishments)
No. of self-service stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12930(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
7577(number of establishments)
Osaka
7258(number of establishments)
General merchandise stores
(by prefecture)
Aichi
136(number of establishments)
Tokyo
101(number of establishments)
Osaka
85(number of establishments)
Specialized merchandise stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2131(number of establishments)
Saitama
1774(number of establishments)
Osaka
1641(number of establishments)
Convenience stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4319(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
2373(number of establishments)
Aichi
2204(number of establishments)
Other merchandise stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4627(number of establishments)
Osaka
2727(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
2668(number of establishments)
Drug stores in a broad sense
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1752(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
991(number of establishments)
Osaka
928(number of establishments)
Floor area of retail trade
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10K(㎡)
Aichi
8K(㎡)
Osaka
7K(㎡)
Floor area of retail trade
(by city)
Yokohama City
2K(㎡)
Nagoya City
2K(㎡)
Osaka City
2K(㎡)
Floor area of retail trade (General merchandise)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(㎡)
Aichi
1K(㎡)
Osaka
1K(㎡)
Floor area of retail trade (dry goods, apparel and accessory)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(㎡)
Aichi
1K(㎡)
Kanagawa
1K(㎡)
Floor area of retail trade (Drink and food)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(㎡)
Kanagawa
2K(㎡)
Saitama
1K(㎡)
No. of eating and drinking places
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
79067(number of establishments)
Osaka
47502(number of establishments)
Aichi
35847(number of establishments)
No. of eating and drinking places
(by city)
Osaka City
24277(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
16019(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
12495(number of establishments)
No. of large-scale retail stores
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2088(number of establishments)
Osaka
1390(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
1194(number of establishments)
No. of large-scale retail stores
(by city)
Osaka City
537(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
499(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
387(number of establishments)
No. of department stores and general merchandise store
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
134(number of establishments)
Osaka
111(number of establishments)
Aichi
104(number of establishments)
No. of department stores and general merchandise store
(by city)
Yokohama City
42(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
35(number of establishments)
Osaka City
32(number of establishments)
Sales (Service industry) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Osaka
26K(million yen)
Kanagawa
19K(million yen)
Sales (Service industry, transport and postal activities) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
14K(million yen)
Osaka
5K(million yen)
Kanagawa
4K(million yen)
Sales (Service industry, real estate and goods rental and leasing) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19K(million yen)
Osaka
5K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Sales (Service industry, scientific research, professional and technical services) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Sales (Service industry, accommodations, eating and drinking services) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Sales (Service industry, living-related and personal services and amusement services) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Sales (Education, learning support) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
288647(million yen)
Osaka
288369(million yen)
Sales (Medical, health care and welfare) (Annual Survey on Service Industries)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(million yen)
Osaka
4K(million yen)
Kanagawa
3K(million yen)

Statistics on Companies, Households and Economy in Japan

This is a chart of Companies, Households and Economy statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Number of establishments
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
662360(number of establishments)
Osaka
418524(number of establishments)
Aichi
327019(number of establishments)
Number of establishments
(by city)
Osaka City
191854(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
125884(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
120778(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Primary industry)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
4597(number of establishments)
Kagoshima
1681(number of establishments)
Niigata
1263(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Primary industry)
(by city)
Kanoya City
187(number of establishments)
Miyakonojo City
185(number of establishments)
Hamamatsu City
177(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Secondary industry)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
91679(number of establishments)
Osaka
72471(number of establishments)
Aichi
66321(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Secondary industry)
(by city)
Osaka City
27907(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
19550(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
18052(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Tertiary industry)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
570171(number of establishments)
Osaka
345748(number of establishments)
Aichi
259759(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (Tertiary industry)
(by city)
Osaka City
163890(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
106276(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
102558(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (300 and over employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3048(number of establishments)
Osaka
1035(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
870(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Individual proprietorships)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
171975(number of establishments)
Osaka
149755(number of establishments)
Aichi
110865(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Individual proprietorships)
(by city)
Osaka City
62035(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
36897(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
30098(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Corporations)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
447451(number of establishments)
Osaka
241654(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
199160(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Corporations)
(by city)
Osaka City
116482(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
84149(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
82073(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Companies)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
409997(number of establishments)
Osaka
216979(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
179482(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Companies)
(by city)
Osaka City
106629(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
75767(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
75026(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Corporations other than companies)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
37454(number of establishments)
Osaka
24675(number of establishments)
Hokkai do
21737(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Corporations other than companies)
(by city)
Osaka City
9853(number of establishments)
Yokohama City
8382(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
7047(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (National government and local public body)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
9670(number of establishments)
Tokyo
8541(number of establishments)
Aichi
6411(number of establishments)
Number of establishments (National government and local public body)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1269(number of establishments)
Nagoya City
1248(number of establishments)
Osaka City
1225(number of establishments)
Number of privately owned establishments (Fisheries)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
590(number of establishments)
Kagoshima
255(number of establishments)
Nagasaki
226(number of establishments)
Number of persons engaged
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9K(person)
Osaka
4K(person)
Aichi
3K(person)
Number of persons engaged
(by city)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Yokohama City
1K(person)
Nagoya City
1K(person)
Number of persons engaged (privately owned, 300 and over employees)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Aichi
695230(person)
Osaka
661931(person)
Number of persons engaged (privately owned, fisheries)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
6187(person)
Nagasaki
3174(person)
Kagoshima
2817(person)
(Private) Sales
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.4B(million yen)
Osaka
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
0.1B(million yen)
(Private) Sales
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
0.1B(million yen)
MinaATo ku
0.1B(million yen)
Osaka City
0.1B(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Agriculture, forestry and fisheries)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
679657(million yen)
Kagoshima
326338(million yen)
Miyazaki
309939(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Agriculture, forestry and fisheries)
(by city)
Hyuga City
93295(million yen)
Tahara City
64794(million yen)
Miyakonojo City
56383(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Agriculture and forestry)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
591451(million yen)
Miyazaki
270471(million yen)
Kagoshima
235611(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Fisheries)
(by prefecture)
Kagoshima
88664(million yen)
Hokkai do
76672(million yen)
Nagasaki
61259(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Mining and quarrying of stone and gravel)
(by prefecture)
Niigata
113310(million yen)
Hokkai do
55038(million yen)
Chiba
42379(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Mining and quarrying of stone and gravel)
(by city)
Nagaoka City
54118(million yen)
Tsukumi City
27299(million yen)
Niigata City
11961(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Construction)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19K(million yen)
Osaka
8K(million yen)
Aichi
6K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Construction)
(by city)
Osaka City
5K(million yen)
Nagoya City
3K(million yen)
MinaATo ku
3K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Manufacturing)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
48K(million yen)
Kanagawa
19K(million yen)
Osaka
19K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Manufacturing)
(by city)
Toyota City
14K(million yen)
Yokohama City
5K(million yen)
Osaka City
4K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Electricity, gas, heat supply and water)
(by prefecture)
Chiba
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Aichi
1K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Electricity, gas, heat supply and water)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(million yen)
Chita City
735041(million yen)
Himeji City
645499(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Information and communications)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
35K(million yen)
Osaka
5K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Information and communications)
(by city)
MinaATo ku
9K(million yen)
ChiyYOda ku
8K(million yen)
Osaka City
4K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Wholesale)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(million yen)
Osaka
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
35K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
21K(million yen)
Osaka
10K(million yen)
Kanagawa
9K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Finance and insurance)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
49K(million yen)
Osaka
8K(million yen)
Aichi
4K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Finance and insurance)
(by city)
ChiyYOda ku
13K(million yen)
MinaATo ku
12K(million yen)
Osaka City
6K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Living-related and personal services and amusement services)
(by city)
MinaATo ku
2K(million yen)
Osaka City
2K(million yen)
Nagoya City
1K(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Compound services)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
500635(million yen)
Tokyo
305712(million yen)
Aichi
228103(million yen)
(Private) Sales (Compound services)
(by city)
Saga City
88937(million yen)
Tome City
88428(million yen)
Sapporo City
71558(million yen)
(Private) Value added
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Osaka
23K(million yen)
Aichi
21K(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Agriculture and forestry)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
152507(million yen)
Kagoshima
60618(million yen)
Chiba
41641(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Fisheries)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
35167(million yen)
Nagasaki
16748(million yen)
Kagoshima
14286(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Information and communications)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
980133(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Information and communications)
(by city)
MinaATo ku
3K(million yen)
ChiyYOda ku
1K(million yen)
Osaka City
1K(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Wholesale)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
Aichi
2K(million yen)
(JSIC Rev.12,13) (Private) Value added (Retail trade)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Number of enterprises
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
441538
Osaka
287004
Aichi
220388
Number of enterprises
(by city)
Osaka City
127726
Nagoya City
80744
Yokohama City
77102
Outstanding of deposits of domestically licensed banks
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(100 million yen)
Osaka
674110(100 million yen)
Kanagawa
425255(100 million yen)
Outstanding personal deposits of domestically licensed banks
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(100 million yen)
Osaka
394790(100 million yen)
Kanagawa
338082(100 million yen)
Outstanding post-office savings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
185586(100 million yen)
Osaka
123390(100 million yen)
Kanagawa
111181(100 million yen)
Outstanding loans and discounts of domestically licensed banks
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(100 million yen)
Osaka
388230(100 million yen)
Kanagawa
193321(100 million yen)
No. of vehicles insured by voluntary automobile insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
4K(quantities)
Tokyo
3K(quantities)
Kanagawa
3K(quantities)
No. of private cars newly insured by compulsory automobile liability insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
1K(quantities)
Tokyo
1K(quantities)
Kanagawa
1K(quantities)
Premium of contract of voluntary automobile insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
0.3B(1,000 yen)
Tokyo
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.2B(1,000 yen)
Premium of new contract of compulsory automobile liability insurance on private cars
(by prefecture)
Miyagi
0.01T(yen)
Gifu
0.01T(yen)
Nagano
0.01T(yen)
No. of payments from voluntary automobile insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
420734(number of contracts)
Tokyo
321462(number of contracts)
Osaka
303297(number of contracts)
No. of payments from compulsory automobile liability insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
77945(number of contracts)
Osaka
72107(number of contracts)
Tokyo
71287(number of contracts)
Amount of payments from voluntary automobile insurance
(by prefecture)
Aichi
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Tokyo
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Osaka
0.1B(1,000 yen)
Amount of payments from compulsory automobile liability insurance
(by prefecture)
Fukushima
0.01T(yen)
Niigata
0.01T(yen)
Kagawa
0.01T(yen)
Amount of payments from compulsory automobile liability insurance on private cars
(by prefecture)
Tochigi
0.01T(yen)
Gifu
0.01T(yen)
Miyagi
0.01T(yen)
Popularization of voluntary automobile insurance on vehicles
(by prefecture)
Aichi
57.9%
Gifu
57.1%
Osaka
49.6%
Popularization of voluntary automobile insurance on persons
(by prefecture)
Osaka
82.6%
Aichi
81.8%
Kanagawa
80%
Popularization of voluntary automobile insurance on property
(by prefecture)
Osaka
82.8%
Aichi
81.9%
Kanagawa
80.2%
Popularization of voluntary automobile insurance on vehicles (Passenger’s injury)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
31.8%
Chiba
31.5%
Hyogo
31.3%
Private life insurance policies in force
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(number of contracts)
Osaka
25K(number of contracts)
Aichi
16K(number of contracts)
Insurance paid by private life insurance
(by prefecture)
Ehime
0.01T(1,000 yen)
Ishikawa
0.01T(1,000 yen)
Nagasaki
0.01T(1,000 yen)
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[All items]
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
105.2
Kanagawa
103.2
Kyoto
101.6
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[All items]
(by city)
Kawasaki City
104.7
Yokohama City
103.7
Sagamihara City
102.1
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Housing]
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
133
Kanagawa
123.6
Saitama
108.9
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Fuel, light and water charges]
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
114.9
Shimane
111.2
Yamagata
110.7
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Furniture and household utensils]
(by prefecture)
Miyagi
105.2
Nagasaki
104.1
Fukui
104
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Clothes and footwear]
(by prefecture)
Tochigi
117.4
Tokushima
110.6
Nagasaki
109.5
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Medical care]
(by prefecture)
Toyama
102.2
Yamaguchi
101.6
Iwate
101.6
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Transportation and communication]
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
104.7
Kanagawa
103.7
Kyoto
102
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Education]
(by prefecture)
Kyoto
116
Kanagawa
111.6
Osaka
110.5
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Culture and recreation]
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
105.5
Saitama
104.5
Tokyo
103.8
Regional Difference Index of Consumer Prices[Miscellaneous]
(by prefecture)
Kagawa
102.8
Kanagawa
102.7
Hyogo
102.5
Average price for land transaction (Residential quarter)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
354600(yen/㎡)
Kanagawa
177800(yen/㎡)
Osaka
149200(yen/㎡)
Average price for land transaction (Commercial quarter)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(yen/㎡)
Osaka
844800(yen/㎡)
Kanagawa
551600(yen/㎡)
Average price for land transaction (Industrial quarter)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
270300(yen/㎡)
Osaka
107900(yen/㎡)
Kanagawa
104500(yen/㎡)
Annual increase rate of land prices (Residential)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
4%
Tokyo
2.4%
Fukuoka
1.1%
Annual increase rate of land prices (Commercial)
(by prefecture)
Kyoto
7.5%
Okinawa
7.3%
Tokyo
5.9%
Annual increase rate of land prices (Industrial)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
11%
Kyoto
4%
Tokyo
3.8%
Consumption expenditures for two-or-more-person households
(by city)
Saitama City
326313(yen)
Fukuoka City
317047(yen)
Gifu City
304271(yen)
Living expenditure (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
324409(yen)
Toyama
321178(yen)
Kanagawa
316143(yen)
Food (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
81418(yen)
Kanagawa
78362(yen)
Toyama
75660(yen)
Housing (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
28610(yen)
Tochigi
20816(yen)
Kanagawa
20209(yen)
Fuel, light and water charges (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Yamagata
28526(yen)
Niigata
25542(yen)
Akita
25468(yen)
Furniture and household utensils (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Fukushima
11912(yen)
Hiroshima
11559(yen)
Toyama
11509(yen)
Clothes and footwear (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15202(yen)
Kanagawa
13625(yen)
Chiba
12884(yen)
Medical care (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Mie
14647(yen)
Tokyo
14414(yen)
Kanagawa
14213(yen)
Transportation and communication (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
59189(yen)
Tochigi
53260(yen)
Iwate
52568(yen)
Education (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
18962(yen)
Nara
18192(yen)
Kyoto
17874(yen)
Reading and recreation (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
35845(yen)
Tokyo
35476(yen)
Chiba
33034(yen)
Recreational services (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
22976(yen)
Kanagawa
22745(yen)
Chiba
21139(yen)
Other living expenditure (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Yamagata
75554(yen)
Toyama
73841(yen)
Kagawa
70327(yen)
Expenses for education (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Yamagata
29181(yen)
Shiga
24851(yen)
Shizuoka
24539(yen)
Expenses for recreational purposes (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
41407(yen)
Tokyo
40303(yen)
Chiba
37354(yen)
Income (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
554130(yen)
Fukui
541861(yen)
Tokyo
531150(yen)
Current income (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
539244(yen)
Fukui
532335(yen)
Tokyo
521660(yen)
Wages and salaries (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
478777(yen)
Fukui
461510(yen)
Kanagawa
461486(yen)
Wages and salaries of household head (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
406783(yen)
Kanagawa
395780(yen)
Chiba
386209(yen)
Wages and salaries of spouse of household head (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokushima
101837(yen)
Yamagata
99680(yen)
Kochi
96488(yen)
Wages and salaries of other household members (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
46156(yen)
Toyama
44680(yen)
Fukushima
34148(yen)
Salaries from other works, other business activities, and side works (Two-or-more-person households - Workers’ households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Niigata
10797(yen)
Miyagi
8462(yen)
Yamagata
7633(yen)
Other current income (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
74171(yen)
Fukui
63686(yen)
Kagawa
58302(yen)
Disposable income (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
464635(yen)
Fukui
449794(yen)
Tokyo
436475(yen)
Expenditure (Two-or-more-person Households - Workers' Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
439702(yen)
Toyama
432174(yen)
Kanagawa
428813(yen)
Savings (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19669(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
19035(1,000 yen)
Fukui
18562(1,000 yen)
Demand deposits and time deposits (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
12019(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
11873(1,000 yen)
Tokyo
11378(1,000 yen)
Life insurance, etc. (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
4467(1,000 yen)
Ishikawa
4362(1,000 yen)
Wakayama
4337(1,000 yen)
Securities (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4303(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
3221(1,000 yen)
Aichi
3034(1,000 yen)
Liabilities (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7889(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
7172(1,000 yen)
Saitama
6176(1,000 yen)
Liabilities for purchase of houses and/or land (Two-or-more-person Households) (National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6951(1,000 yen)
Kanagawa
6596(1,000 yen)
Saitama
5326(1,000 yen)
Gini coefficient of annual income (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.34(10 thousand yen)
Oita
0.33(10 thousand yen)
Kochi
0.33(10 thousand yen)
Gini coefficient of savings (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Okinawa
0.73(10 thousand yen)
Kochi
0.66(10 thousand yen)
Aomori
0.63(10 thousand yen)
Quantities of automobiles per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Yamagata
2111(quantities)
Fukui
2101(quantities)
Toyama
2057(quantities)
Quantities of cell phones per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Yamagata
1391(quantities)
Fukui
1357(quantities)
Kagawa
1352(quantities)
Quantities of personal computers (Desktop) per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
575(quantities)
Tokyo
535(quantities)
Okayama
531(quantities)
Quantities of microwave ovens incl. electronic ovens per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Ibaraki
1105(quantities)
Tokushima
1104(quantities)
Fukui
1093(quantities)
Quantities of room air conditioners per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Tokushima
3849(quantities)
Kagawa
3802(quantities)
Fukui
3797(quantities)
Quantities of stereo per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Shiga
666(quantities)
Kanagawa
659(quantities)
Chiba
654(quantities)
Quantities of video tape recorders per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Shiga
1370(quantities)
Fukui
1369(quantities)
Kyoto
1323(quantities)
Quantities of pianos and electronic pianos per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Yamanashi
446(quantities)
Nagano
425(quantities)
Shiga
419(quantities)
Quantities of motorcycles and scooters per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Wakayama
406(quantities)
Ehime
310(quantities)
Nara
294(quantities)
Quantities of toilet stool covers with warm water cleaners per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
1116(quantities)
Fukui
1112(quantities)
Shiga
1082(quantities)
Quantities of facsimiles per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Nara
713(quantities)
Hyogo
668(quantities)
Tokyo
661(quantities)
Quantities of video cameras per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
519(quantities)
Gifu
511(quantities)
Nagano
498(quantities)
Quantities of Stereo sets or CD・MD radio cassette recorders per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Shiga
1301(quantities)
Nara
1289(quantities)
Nagano
1220(quantities)
Quantities of video recorders incl. DVD・blueray per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
1377(quantities)
Nara
1352(quantities)
Wakayama
1318(quantities)
Quantities of hybrid automobiles and electric automobiles made in Japan per 1000 households (Two-or-more-person households)
(by prefecture)
Ishikawa
170(quantities)
Tochigi
165(quantities)
Gifu
164(quantities)
Quantities of automobiles per 1000 households (Workers' households)
(by prefecture)
Fukui
2252(quantities)
Yamagata
2249(quantities)
Toyama
2223(quantities)
Quantities of cell phones per 1000 households (Workers' households)
(by prefecture)
Toyama
1280(quantities)
Fukui
1270(quantities)
Yamagata
1247(quantities)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Agriculture, forestry and fishing) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
823754(million yen)
Ibaraki
270349(million yen)
Kagoshima
245854(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Agriculture) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
603579(million yen)
Ibaraki
256636(million yen)
Chiba
196632(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Forestry) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Nagano
30158(million yen)
Hokkai do
24160(million yen)
Niigata
21151(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Fishing) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
196015(million yen)
Kagoshima
54077(million yen)
Nagasaki
46913(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Mining) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Niigata
84272(million yen)
Tokyo
69407(million yen)
Hokkai do
25994(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Manufacturing) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
15K(million yen)
Tokyo
8K(million yen)
Kanagawa
7K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Construction) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Aichi
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Electricity, gas, water supply, and waste disposal business) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Chiba
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Wholesale and retail trade) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
21K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
Aichi
4K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Finance and insurance) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Real estate) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
11K(million yen)
Kanagawa
5K(million yen)
Osaka
4K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Transport and postal activities) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Aichi
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Information and communications) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
11K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Accomodations, eating and drinking services) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(million yen)
Osaka
983986(million yen)
Kanagawa
914091(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Professional and science technology, business support service) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Public service) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Hokkai do
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Education) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Aichi
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Public health, hygiene, and social service) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Miscellaneous services) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(million yen)
Osaka
1K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Primary industry) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
823754(million yen)
Ibaraki
270349(million yen)
Kagoshima
245854(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Secondary industry) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
16K(million yen)
Tokyo
14K(million yen)
Kanagawa
8K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Tertiary industry) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Osaka
29K(million yen)
Kanagawa
24K(million yen)
Prefectural income (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Kanagawa
29K(million yen)
Osaka
28K(million yen)
Compensation of employees (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
36K(million yen)
Kanagawa
21K(million yen)
Osaka
18K(million yen)
Wages and salaries (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
29K(million yen)
Kanagawa
18K(million yen)
Aichi
15K(million yen)
Property income (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)
Entrepreneurial income (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
27K(million yen)
Aichi
7K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
Prefectural income per person (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5378(1,000 yen)
Aichi
3677(1,000 yen)
Mie
3556(1,000 yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Nominal) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
40K(million yen)
Osaka
40K(million yen)
(Nominal) Private final consumption expenditure (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
38K(million yen)
Kanagawa
23K(million yen)
Osaka
22K(million yen)
(Nominal) Government final consumption expenditure (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
Kanagawa
5K(million yen)
(Nominal) Gross domestic capital formation by prefectures (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15K(million yen)
Aichi
9K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
(Nominal) Gross fixed capital formation (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15K(million yen)
Aichi
9K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
(Nominal) Change in inventories (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
306515(million yen)
Hokkai do
163739(million yen)
Osaka
88005(million yen)
(Nominal) Exports less imports of goods and services (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
32K(million yen)
Aichi
5K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
(Nominal) Statistical discrepancy (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
2K(million yen)
Shizuoka
1K(million yen)
(Nominal) Income from other regions (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Saitama
5K(million yen)
Kanagawa
5K(million yen)
Chiba
4K(million yen)
(Nominal) Gross prefectural income (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
39K(million yen)
Kanagawa
39K(million yen)
Gross Prefectural Domestic Product (Real) (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(million yen)
Aichi
39K(million yen)
Osaka
38K(million yen)
(Real) Private final consumption expenditure (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
37K(million yen)
Kanagawa
23K(million yen)
Osaka
21K(million yen)
(Real) Government final consumption expenditure (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
Kanagawa
5K(million yen)
(Real) Gross domestic capital formation by prefectures (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
14K(million yen)
Aichi
9K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
(Real) Gross fixed capital formation (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
14K(million yen)
Aichi
8K(million yen)
Osaka
6K(million yen)
(Real) Change in inventories (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
301230(million yen)
Hokkai do
167451(million yen)
Osaka
85483(million yen)
Difference between exports less imports of goods and services, and statistical discrepancy (2011 base)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
35K(million yen)
Aichi
5K(million yen)
Osaka
2K(million yen)

Statistics on Housing, Land and Construction in Japan

This is a chart of Housing, Land and Construction statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Number of dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
4K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
4K(number of dwelling units)
Number of dwellings
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Number of dwellings with Occupying Households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
4K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
3K(number of dwelling units)
Number of dwellings with Occupying Households
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of vacant houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
809900(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
709400(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
484700(number of dwelling units)
No. of vacant houses
(by city)
Osaka City
286100(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
178300(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
156900(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings under construction
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9100(number of dwelling units)
Saitama
7700(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
7000(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings under construction
(by city)
Saitama City
4700(number of dwelling units)
Saitama Shi Midori ku
4180(number of dwelling units)
Sapporo City
3900(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings used exclusively for living
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
3K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
3K(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings used exclusively for living
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings used also for commerce or other purposes
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
94200(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
67100(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
53700(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings used also for commerce or other purposes
(by city)
Osaka City
27600(number of dwelling units)
Kyoto City
20000(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
19100(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
2K(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned houses
(by city)
Yokohama City
975400(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
558800(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
503100(number of dwelling units)
Ratio of owned houses
(by prefecture)
Akita
77.3%
Toyama
76.8%
Yamagata
74.9%
Ratio of owned houses
(by city)
Semboku gun misato Town
98.3%
Ogachi gun ugo Town
97.7%
Tone Town
96.8%
No. of rented houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of rented houses
(by city)
Osaka City
751400(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
624200(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
531500(number of dwelling units)
No. of rented houses owned by local government, urban renaissance agency or public corporation
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
455000(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
325000(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
178200(number of dwelling units)
No. of rented houses owned by local government, urban renaissance agency or public corporation
(by city)
Osaka City
132800(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
92500(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
92400(number of dwelling units)
No. of issued houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
164600(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
84000(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
70500(number of dwelling units)
No. of issued houses
(by city)
Yokohama City
40000(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
28000(number of dwelling units)
Kawasaki City
19600(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Saitama
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
600600(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
341600(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
325200(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Wooden)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Saitama
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of detached houses (Wooden)
(by city)
Yokohama City
570500(number of dwelling units)
Sapporo City
303000(number of dwelling units)
Kyoto City
302000(number of dwelling units)
No. of tenement houses (Total)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
149200(number of dwelling units)
Tokyo
118700(number of dwelling units)
Hokkai do
95800(number of dwelling units)
No. of tenement houses (Total)
(by city)
Osaka City
45800(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
35400(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
24600(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
2K(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments (Total)
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
1K(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
701800(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments equipped with elevator
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of apartments designed to accommodate aged persons
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
539800(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
457200(number of dwelling units)
No. of wooden and fire-proofed houses
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Hokkai do
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of wooden and fire-proofed houses
(by city)
Yokohama City
580700(number of dwelling units)
Sapporo City
420000(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
216400(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings (Reinforced steel-framed concrete)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings (Reinforced steel-framed concrete)
(by city)
Osaka City
934800(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
788000(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
607900(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings constructed in Prior 1970
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
380800(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
339000(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
229900(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings constructed in Prior 1970
(by city)
Osaka City
108800(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
97800(number of dwelling units)
Kyoto City
71100(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings of 5.9 tatami units and under
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
74800(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
27200(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
24200(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings of 5.9 tatami units and under
(by city)
Osaka City
17800(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
12100(number of dwelling units)
Kawasaki City
8300(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings of 48.0 tatami units and over
(by prefecture)
Aichi
636500(number of dwelling units)
Tokyo
521300(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
476200(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings of 48.0 tatami units and over
(by city)
Yokohama City
188900(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
141600(number of dwelling units)
Sapporo City
119000(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings with bathroom
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(dwellings)
Osaka
3K(dwellings)
Kanagawa
3K(dwellings)
No. of dwellings equipped with facilities for aged persons, etc.
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
2K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings equipped with facilities for aged persons, etc.
(by city)
Yokohama City
838400(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
679000(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
532100(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings for aged persons equipped with railing
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
1K(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings for aged persons equipped with easy-to-step-in bath tub
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
811000(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
724400(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings which are equipped with passages wide enough for wheelchair for aged persons
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
651200(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
642500(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings for aged persons without steps indoor
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
904100(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
819700(number of dwelling units)
Dwellings for aged persons where it is possible to move with a wheelchair from the street to the entrance
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
631900(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
547800(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings with solar power generator
(by prefecture)
Aichi
158700(number of dwelling units)
Saitama
117000(number of dwelling units)
Shizuoka
104400(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings with solar power generator
(by city)
Yokohama City
35500(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
25300(number of dwelling units)
Hamamatsu City
23200(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings with double window sash and multi-layered glass
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
1K(number of dwelling units)
Tokyo
1K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
963400(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings with double window sash and multi-layered glass
(by city)
Sapporo City
769600(number of dwelling units)
Yokohama City
393400(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
212800(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest nursery center is under 100 m
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
161700(dwellings)
Kanagawa
79400(dwellings)
Osaka
64300(dwellings)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest nursery center is under 100 m
(by city)
Yokohama City
40510(dwellings)
Osaka City
32310(dwellings)
Kawasaki City
21680(dwellings)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest nursery center is 1000 m and over
(by prefecture)
Chiba
796500(dwellings)
Hokkai do
715200(dwellings)
Kanagawa
657400(dwellings)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest nursery center is 1000 m and over
(by city)
Yokohama City
196460(dwellings)
Hamamatsu City
117060(dwellings)
Kobe City
113880(dwellings)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest day services center for aged is under 250 m
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(dwellings)
Osaka
1K(dwellings)
Kanagawa
827800(dwellings)
No. of dwellings whose distance to the nearest day services center for aged is under 250 m
(by city)
Osaka City
590820(dwellings)
Nagoya City
352570(dwellings)
Yokohama City
340080(dwellings)
No. of destroyed dwelling units
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12165(number of dwelling units)
Kumamoto
10845(number of dwelling units)
Hokkai do
9163(number of dwelling units)
No. of removed dwelling units
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12018(number of dwelling units)
Kumamoto
10842(number of dwelling units)
Hokkai do
9091(number of dwelling units)
No. of disaster-damaged dwelling units
(by prefecture)
Osaka
202(number of dwelling units)
Fukuoka
178(number of dwelling units)
Chiba
148(number of dwelling units)
No. of dwelling rooms per dwelling
(by prefecture)
Toyama
6.02(number of rooms)
Fukui
5.82(number of rooms)
Yamagata
5.7(number of rooms)
No. of dwelling rooms per dwelling
(by city)
Suzu City
8.74(number of rooms)
Nanto City
8.17(number of rooms)
Hakui gun shika Town
8.16(number of rooms)
Tatami units per person (Principal households)
(by prefecture)
Akita
17.82(tatami mat room)
Toyama
17.49(tatami mat room)
Ishikawa
16.78(tatami mat room)
Tatami units per person (Owned houses, principal households)
(by prefecture)
Akita
19.06(tatami mat room)
Toyama
18.56(tatami mat room)
Ishikawa
18.25(tatami mat room)
Tatami units per person (Rented houses, principal households)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
12.07(tatami mat room)
Kochi
11.16(tatami mat room)
Aomori
11.14(tatami mat room)
Tatami units of dwelling rooms per dwelling
(by prefecture)
Toyama
46.05(tatami mat room)
Akita
44.35(tatami mat room)
Fukui
43.13(tatami mat room)
Tatami units of dwelling rooms per dwelling
(by city)
Suzu City
64.2(tatami mat room)
Hakui gun shika Town
64.14(tatami mat room)
Semboku gun misato Town
62.76(tatami mat room)
Area of floor space per dwelling
(by prefecture)
Toyama
145.17(㎡)
Fukui
138.43(㎡)
Yamagata
135.18(㎡)
Area of floor space per dwelling
(by city)
Suzu City
204.24(㎡)
Nanto City
201.15(㎡)
Oyabe City
192.19(㎡)
Site area per dwelling
(by prefecture)
Ibaraki
424.79(㎡)
Yamagata
407.61(㎡)
Iwate
404.12(㎡)
Site area per dwelling (Detached houses, owned)
(by prefecture)
Ibaraki
451.26(㎡)
Iwate
448.17(㎡)
Yamagata
427.57(㎡)
Site area per dwelling (Tenement-houses, owned)
(by prefecture)
Gifu
143.16(㎡)
Miyazaki
141.68(㎡)
Yamanashi
140.54(㎡)
No. of total households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(households)
Kanagawa
4K(households)
Osaka
3K(households)
No. of total households
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
1K(households)
No. of ordinary households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(households)
Kanagawa
4K(households)
Osaka
3K(households)
No. of ordinary households
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
1K(households)
No. of ordinary households sharing dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
18700(households)
Kanagawa
17200(households)
Saitama
11500(households)
No. of ordinary households living in occupied buildings other than dwelling
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1000(households)
Aichi
900(households)
Hokkai do
900(households)
No. of quasi-households sharing dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
26500(households)
Kanagawa
13200(households)
Osaka
11000(households)
No. of quasi-households living in occupied buildings other than dwelling
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
4700(households)
Tokyo
4600(households)
Kanagawa
3400(households)
No. of sharing households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
45200(households)
Kanagawa
30400(households)
Osaka
20700(households)
No. of principal households exceeding minimum housing area standard
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(households)
Kanagawa
3K(households)
Osaka
3K(households)
No. of principal households exceeding minimum housing area standard
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K(households)
Osaka City
1K(households)
Nagoya City
939600(households)
No. of ordinary households living in automatically-locked apartment
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(households)
Osaka
922400(households)
Kanagawa
845400(households)
No. of ordinary households living in automatically-locked apartment
(by city)
Osaka City
513300(households)
Yokohama City
396900(households)
Fukuoka City
341500(households)
No. of ordinary households of which main earner is an employee
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(households)
Kanagawa
1K(households)
Osaka
1K(households)
No. of ordinary households of which main earner is an employee
(by city)
Yokohama City
717600(households)
Nagoya City
444400(households)
Osaka City
442000(households)
Total household members
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Total household members
(by city)
Yokohama City
3K(person)
Osaka City
2K(person)
Nagoya City
2K(person)
Ordinary household members sharing dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
55400(person)
Kanagawa
52600(person)
Saitama
35700(person)
Ordinary household members living in occupied buildings other than dwelling
(by prefecture)
Aichi
2400(person)
Hokkai do
2200(person)
Tokyo
1800(person)
Quasi-household members sharing dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
26500(person)
Kanagawa
13200(person)
Osaka
11000(person)
Quasi-household members living in occupied buildings other than dwelling
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
228600(person)
Hokkai do
137100(person)
Kanagawa
125900(person)
Sharing household members
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
81900(person)
Kanagawa
65800(person)
Saitama
44000(person)
No. of ordinary households owning land of house where they currently live
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(households)
Kanagawa
1K(households)
Saitama
1K(households)
No. of ordinary households owning land of house where they do not currently live
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
382000(households)
Aichi
308000(households)
Kanagawa
269000(households)
No. of owned land of house where owners do not currently live
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
555000(number of contracts)
Aichi
484000(number of contracts)
Saitama
392000(number of contracts)
No. of ordinary households owning house where they do not currently live
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
407000(households)
Kanagawa
256000(households)
Osaka
214000(households)
No. of owned house where owners do not currently live
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
882000(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
624000(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
524000(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned house where owners do not currently live (For relatives)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
193000(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
105000(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
99000(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned house where owners do not currently live (For secondary use, for vacation use) (vacant houses)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
55000(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
26000(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
24000(number of dwelling units)
No. of owned house where owners do not currently live (For rent)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
559000(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
449000(number of dwelling units)
Aichi
361000(number of dwelling units)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5128(yen)
Kanagawa
3898(yen)
Kyoto
3282(yen)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings
(by city)
MinaATo ku
8992(yen)
ChiyYOda ku
8594(yen)
ShibBUya ku
7705(yen)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings (Public rented house)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1534(yen)
Osaka
1494(yen)
Kanagawa
1430(yen)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings (House rented by Urban Renaissance Agency (UR) or public agency)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4578(yen)
Kanagawa
4009(yen)
Akita
3266(yen)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings (Private rented house)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5836(yen)
Kanagawa
4228(yen)
Kyoto
3708(yen)
Rent per tatami mat of exclusively residential dwellings (Supplied house)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2757(yen)
Kanagawa
2299(yen)
Osaka
2083(yen)
No. of private households living in buildings other than dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
100217(households)
Aichi
86869(households)
Kanagawa
70632(households)
No. of private households living in buildings other than dwellings
(by city)
Yokohama City
30320(households)
Nagoya City
19855(households)
Osaka City
19287(households)
No. of mother-child(ren) households living in dwellings
(by prefecture)
Osaka
63622(households)
Tokyo
59621(households)
Hokkai do
44678(households)
No. of one-person households (Aged 65 and over) living in dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
735080(households)
Osaka
515223(households)
Kanagawa
395758(households)
No. of aged-couple households (Only aged couple) living in dwellings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
543043(households)
Osaka
437906(households)
Kanagawa
425689(households)
Number of construction-started buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
49410(buildings)
Aichi
43337(buildings)
Kanagawa
37972(buildings)
No. of construction-started residential buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
45200(buildings)
Aichi
38326(buildings)
Kanagawa
35164(buildings)
New construction starts of dwellings (Number of dwelling units) (Rented, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3838(number of dwelling units)
Fukuoka
1062(number of dwelling units)
Hokkai do
1057(number of dwelling units)
New construction starts of dwellings (Number of dwelling units) (Rented, Urban Renaissance Agency)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
543(number of dwelling units)
Fukushima
224(number of dwelling units)
Nara
121(number of dwelling units)
New construction starts of dwellings (Number of dwelling units) (Built for sale, Urban Renaissance Agency)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
46(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
0(number of dwelling units)

(number of dwelling units)
New construction starts of dwellings (Number of dwelling units) (Owned, built for sale)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
74459(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
45094(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
43061(number of dwelling units)
New construction starts of dwellings (Number of dwelling units) (Owned, built for sale)
(by city)
Yokohama City
16741(number of dwelling units)
Osaka City
15603(number of dwelling units)
Nagoya City
15397(number of dwelling units)
Floor area of construction-Started Buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(㎡)
Aichi
9K(㎡)
Kanagawa
8K(㎡)
Floor area of construction-started residential buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9K(㎡)
Aichi
5K(㎡)
Kanagawa
5K(㎡)
Floor area of construction-started residential buildings
(by city)
Yokohama City
2K(㎡)
Nagoya City
1K(㎡)
Osaka City
1K(㎡)
Expected construction cost of construction-started buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.4B(10 thousand yen)
Aichi
0.2B(10 thousand yen)
Kanagawa
0.2B(10 thousand yen)
Planned construction cost of construction-started residential buildings
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(10 thousand yen)
Aichi
0.1B(10 thousand yen)
Kanagawa
0.1B(10 thousand yen)
Value of construction work completed (Original contracts)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
22K(million yen)
Osaka
7K(million yen)
Aichi
2K(million yen)
Value of construction work completed (Subcontracts)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(million yen)
Osaka
3K(million yen)
Kanagawa
1K(million yen)
Number of construction order contracts
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
15291(number of contracts)
Tokyo
11434(number of contracts)
Niigata
8582(number of contracts)
Construction order contract amount
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(million yen)
Hokkai do
1K(million yen)
Fukushima
845614(million yen)
Number of builders
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19125
Osaka
11291
Saitama
9998

Statistics on Energy and Water in Japan

This is a chart of Energy and Water statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Population served by waterworks
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
9K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Population served by simplified waterworks
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
319344(person)
Kagoshima
172577(person)
Yamanashi
147465(person)
Population served by exclusive waterworks
(by prefecture)
Chiba
49456(person)
Fukuoka
45890(person)
Tochigi
23550(person)
Population in area covered by sewage system
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Population covered by sewage treatment
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Population living in dwellings with flush toilet connected to sewage system
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13K(person)
Kanagawa
8K(person)
Osaka
8K(person)
Electric light consumed
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
28097(million kWh)
Osaka
17918(million kWh)
Kanagawa
16974(million kWh)
Electric power generated
(by prefecture)
Chiba
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Kanagawa
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Aichi
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Electric power demand
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Aichi
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Osaka
0.1B(1,000kWh)
Amount of wind power generation (Capacity)
(by prefecture)
Aomori
417463(kW)
Akita
370934(kW)
Hokkai do
358745(kW)
Amount of wind power generation (Installed facilities)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
304(number)
Aomori
253(number)
Akita
210(number)
Amount of sales of city gas
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.2B(1,000MJ)
Osaka
0.2B(1,000MJ)
Chiba
0.2B(1,000MJ)
Amount of sales of gasoline
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(kL)
Aichi
3K(kL)
Saitama
2K(kL)
No. of installed city gas meters
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(number of gas meters)
Osaka
4K(number of gas meters)
Kanagawa
2K(number of gas meters)
No. of active city gas meters
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(number of gas meters)
Osaka
3K(number of gas meters)
Kanagawa
2K(number of gas meters)
No. of households covered by city gas supply system
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(number of dwelling units)
Osaka
4K(number of dwelling units)
Kanagawa
3K(number of dwelling units)
Last energy consumption
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(TJ)
Chiba
1K(TJ)
Aichi
1K(TJ)
Last energy consumption per person
(by prefecture)
Yamaguchi
327.94(GJ)
Oita
317.37(GJ)
Okayama
294.24(GJ)
Water work capacity
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
7K(㎥/Day)
Osaka
5K(㎥/Day)
Kanagawa
5K(㎥/Day)
Annual water work supply
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(1,000㎡)
Osaka
1K(1,000㎡)
Kanagawa
1K(1,000㎡)

Statistics on Transportation, Tourism in Japan

This is a chart of Transportation, Tourism statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Passengers carried (Japan railway companies)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3K(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
1K(1,000 persons)
Osaka
798(1,000 persons)
Passengers carried (Other than japan railway)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6K(1,000 persons)
Osaka
2K(1,000 persons)
Kanagawa
1K(1,000 persons)
JR freight shipment
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
4K(t)
Hokkai do
2K(t)
Tokyo
2K(t)
JR freight shipment (Container excluded)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
3K(t)
Mie
1K(t)
Chiba
1K(t)
Passengers carried (Aircraft)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
30(1,000 persons)
Hokkai do
11(1,000 persons)
Osaka
10(1,000 persons)
Passengers carried (Passenger ships)
(by prefecture)
Hiroshima
14(1,000 persons)
Nagasaki
5(1,000 persons)
Kagoshima
4(1,000 persons)
Marine freight
(by prefecture)
Aichi
0.2B(t)
Chiba
0.2B(t)
Hokkai do
0.2B(t)
Companies (Bus)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
408(number of establishments)
Ibaraki
352(number of establishments)
Hokkai do
338(number of establishments)
Companies (Truck)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5387(number of establishments)
Osaka
4602(number of establishments)
Hokkai do
3675(number of establishments)
Companies (Taxi)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
16256(number of establishments)
Osaka
4644(number of establishments)
Kanagawa
3310(number of establishments)
Companies (Maintenance)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
5155(number of establishments)
Tokyo
5017(number of establishments)
Osaka
4570(number of establishments)
Passengers carried for business use (Bus)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
890261(million persons)
Kanagawa
710646(million persons)
Osaka
291627(million persons)
Passengers carried for business use (Passenger cars)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
325288(million persons)
Osaka
114334(million persons)
Hokkai do
96690(million persons)
Total real length of roads
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
89(km)
Ibaraki
55(km)
Aichi
50(km)
Total real length of roads (Incl. expressways)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
90(km)
Ibaraki
56(km)
Aichi
50(km)
Total real length of roads (Main roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
18(km)
Niigata
6(km)
Fukushima
6(km)
Total real length of roads (General national highways)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
6(km)
Niigata
2(km)
Fukushima
1(km)
Total real length of roads (Main local roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
4(km)
Niigata
1(km)
Fukushima
1(km)
Total real length of roads (General prefectural roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
7(km)
Niigata
2(km)
Aichi
2(km)
Total real length of roads (Municipal roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
71(km)
Ibaraki
51(km)
Aichi
44(km)
Total real length of roads (Expressways)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
748(km)
Niigata
440.7(km)
Fukushima
395(km)
Total real length of paved roads
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
60(km)
Aichi
45(km)
Ibaraki
37(km)
Total real length of paved roads (Main roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
17(km)
Niigata
6(km)
Fukushima
5(km)
Total real length of paved roads (General national highways)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
6(km)
Fukushima
1(km)
Niigata
1(km)
Total real length of paved roads (Main local roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
4(km)
Niigata
1(km)
Fukushima
1(km)
Total real length of paved roads (General prefectural roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
6(km)
Niigata
2(km)
Aichi
2(km)
Total real length of paved roads (Municipal roads)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
42(km)
Aichi
40(km)
Ibaraki
32(km)
The volume of average traffic
(by prefecture)
Osaka
17330(quantities/12 hour)
Tokyo
16932(quantities/12 hour)
Kanagawa
15881(quantities/12 hour)
No. of elevated crossings
(by prefecture)
Aichi
1297(number of parks)
Tokyo
1178(number of parks)
Kanagawa
922(number of parks)
No. of owned automobiles
(by prefecture)
Aichi
5K(number of vehicles)
Tokyo
4K(number of vehicles)
Saitama
4K(number of vehicles)
No. of owned automobiles (Passenger cars)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
4K(number of vehicles)
Saitama
3K(number of vehicles)
Tokyo
3K(number of vehicles)
No. of automobiles with capacity of 660 cc or less as of base date for assessment
(by prefecture)
Aichi
2K(quantities)
Osaka
1K(quantities)
Saitama
1K(quantities)
No. of automobiles with capacity of 660 cc or less as of base date for assessment
(by city)
Yokohama City
595110(quantities)
Nagoya City
392044(quantities)
Kyoto City
386641(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of over 250 cc
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
147625(quantities)
Kanagawa
113767(quantities)
Aichi
101386(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of over 250 cc
(by city)
Yokohama City
45987(quantities)
Nagoya City
25733(quantities)
Osaka City
20858(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of 125 cc or less
(by prefecture)
Osaka
701599(quantities)
Kanagawa
627138(quantities)
Tokyo
541065(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of 125 cc or less
(by city)
Yokohama City
241278(quantities)
Kyoto City
171998(quantities)
Kobe City
128414(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of over 90 cc, 125 cc or less
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
176406(quantities)
Tokyo
164895(quantities)
Osaka
151610(quantities)
No. of motorized bicycles with capacity of over 90 cc, 125 cc or less
(by city)
Yokohama City
77128(quantities)
Kyoto City
45877(quantities)
Kobe City
35155(quantities)
No. of automobiles with capacity of 660 cc or less and small special vehicles
(by prefecture)
Aichi
1K(quantities)
Saitama
1K(quantities)
Hokkai do
1K(quantities)
No. of automobiles with capacity of 660 cc or less and small special vehicles
(by city)
Yokohama City
307845(quantities)
Nagoya City
296093(quantities)
Sapporo City
272384(quantities)
No. of two-wheel vehicles (incl. vehicles with side car)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
155965(quantities)
Kanagawa
129142(quantities)
Osaka
99036(quantities)
No. of two-wheel vehicles (incl. vehicles with side car)
(by city)
Yokohama City
52663(quantities)
Osaka City
25481(quantities)
Kobe City
22497(quantities)
No. of three-wheel vehicles
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
86(quantities)
Kanagawa
80(quantities)
Aichi
74(quantities)
No. of three-wheel vehicles
(by city)
Yokohama City
27(quantities)
Okayama City
20(quantities)
Himeji City
15(quantities)
No. of Japanese style hotels
(by prefecture)
Shizuoka
3004(number of facilities)
Hokkai do
2897(number of facilities)
Nagano
2677(number of facilities)
No. of hotels
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
718(number of facilities)
Hokkai do
702(number of facilities)
Nagano
509(number of facilities)
No. of flophouses
(by prefecture)
Nagano
3582(number of facilities)
Okinawa
3392(number of facilities)
Kyoto
2765(number of facilities)
No. of Japanese style hotel rooms
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
169224(number of rooms)
Hokkai do
108959(number of rooms)
Osaka
89598(number of rooms)
No. of hotel rooms
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
110641(number of rooms)
Osaka
71193(number of rooms)
Hokkai do
66817(number of rooms)
Hotel capacity occupancy rate
(by prefecture)
Osaka
72.8%
Tokyo
69.6%
Fukuoka
65.2%
Hotel room occupancy rate
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
83.9%
Osaka
83%
Kanagawa
78.6%
Number of guest nights (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
37K(In persons,stay)
Hokkai do
21K(In persons,stay)
Osaka
19K(In persons,stay)
Number of guest nights (Foreign visitors)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
29K(In persons,stay)
Osaka
17K(In persons,stay)
Kyoto
12K(In persons,stay)
Number of foreign guest nights (Korea, Rep.of)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
2K(person)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Fukuoka
1K(person)
Number of foreign guest nights (China)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(person)
Osaka
4K(person)
Hokkai do
1K(person)
Number of foreign guest nights (China, Taiwan)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(person)
Hokkai do
1K(person)
Okinawa
1K(person)
Number of foreign guest nights (USA)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kyoto
610600(person)
Osaka
403330(person)
Number of guest nights (Within the prefecture)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10K(person)
Hokkai do
10K(person)
Osaka
4K(person)
Number of guest nights (From other prefectures)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
46K(person)
Osaka
29K(person)
Chiba
18K(person)
Number of guest nights (Japanese-style hotel)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
6K(person)
Shizuoka
5K(person)
Nagano
4K(person)
Number of guest nights (Resort hotel)
(by prefecture)
Chiba
12K(person)
Okinawa
11K(person)
Shizuoka
4K(person)
Number of guest nights (Budget hotel)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
35K(person)
Osaka
18K(person)
Hokkai do
11K(person)
Number of guest nights (City hotel)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
21K(person)
Osaka
11K(person)
Hokkai do
7K(person)
Number of true hotel guests
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
40K(person)
Osaka
24K(person)
Hokkai do
22K(person)
No. of true hotel guests (Foreign visitors)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10K(person)
Osaka
7K(person)
Hokkai do
5K(person)

Statistics on Information and Communication, Science and Technology in Japan

This is a chart of Information and Communication, Science and Technology statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
No. of telephones subscribed
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of subscribers)
Osaka
1K(number of subscribers)
Kanagawa
976082(number of subscribers)
No. of telephones for residence
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1K(number of subscribers)
Kanagawa
768178(number of subscribers)
Hokkai do
735187(number of subscribers)
No. of portable telephone contracts
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
48K(number of contracts)
Osaka
11K(number of contracts)
Kanagawa
10K(number of contracts)
No. of public telephones
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
15328(number of gas meters)
Osaka
12176(number of gas meters)
Aichi
8672(number of gas meters)
No. of broadband service contracts
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
0.1B(number of contracts)
Osaka
16K(number of contracts)
Kanagawa
15K(number of contracts)
No. of broadband service contracts (excluding 3.9th-4th generation mobile phone access service contracts)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
23K(number of contracts)
Osaka
8K(number of contracts)
Kanagawa
7K(number of contracts)
No. of television broadcasting reception contracts
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4K
Kanagawa
3K
Osaka
2K
No. of television broadcasting reception contracts
(by city)
Yokohama City
1K
Osaka City
906683
Nagoya City
878409
No. of satellite television broadcasting reception contracts
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K
Kanagawa
1K
Osaka
1K
No. of satellite television broadcasting reception contracts
(by city)
Yokohama City
741448
Nagoya City
428225
Osaka City
406010
No. of cable television member households
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5K(number of subscribers)
Osaka
3K(number of subscribers)
Kanagawa
3K(number of subscribers)

Statistics on Education, Culture, Sports, Life in Japan

This is a chart of Education, Culture, Sports, Life statistics. This table ranks the cities, towns, and prefectures in the top 3. Click on the name of each statistic or city or prefectures to see the details and graphs of the ranking.

※T:trillion(1012), B:billion(109), M:million(106), K:kilo(103)

NameRanking
1st2nd3rd
Population by last school completed (Elementary school, lower secondary school)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
975844(person)
Osaka
956594(person)
Hokkai do
942714(person)
Population by last school completed (Elementary school, lower secondary school)
(by city)
Osaka City
290210(person)
Yokohama City
250960(person)
Nagoya City
239359(person)
Population by last school completed (Upper secondary school, lower secondary schools under the old educational system)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Osaka
2K(person)
Kanagawa
2K(person)
Population by last school completed (Upper secondary school, lower secondary schools under the old educational system)
(by city)
Yokohama City
920919(person)
Osaka City
718958(person)
Nagoya City
584091(person)
Population by last school completed (University and graduate school)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2K(person)
Kanagawa
1K(person)
Osaka
1K(person)
Population by last school completed (University and graduate school)
(by city)
Yokohama City
816542(person)
Nagoya City
392223(person)
Osaka City
338774(person)
Libraries (per 1,000,000 persons)
(by prefecture)
Yamanashi
65.9(number of libraries)
Toyama
55.3(number of libraries)
Kochi
54.9(number of libraries)
Libraries (per 1,000,000 persons)
(by city)
Aogashima Village
5(number of libraries)
Tosa gun okawa Village
2(number of libraries)
Tonaki Village
2(number of libraries)
Number of kindergartens (Public)
(by prefecture)
Hyogo
331(number of kindergartens)
Osaka
277(number of kindergartens)
Okayama
229(number of kindergartens)
No. of authorized child centers
(by prefecture)
Osaka
573(number of facilities)
Hyogo
463(number of facilities)
Hokkai do
344(number of facilities)
Number of integrated centers for early childhood education and care
(by prefecture)
Osaka
481(number of facilities)
Hyogo
382(number of facilities)
Shizuoka
219(number of facilities)
No. of authorized child centers (Kindergarten-type)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
79(number of facilities)
Hokkai do
63(number of facilities)
Ibaraki
63(number of facilities)
No. of authorized child centers (Nursery centers-type)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
84(number of facilities)
Ishikawa
57(number of facilities)
Tokyo
46(number of facilities)
No. of authorized child centers (Regional-type)
(by prefecture)
Fukuoka
13(number of facilities)
Ehime
8(number of facilities)
Tokyo
7(number of facilities)
Elementary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
93.71(number of schools)
Osaka
75.45(number of schools)
Kanagawa
60.37(number of schools)
Elementary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by city)
Osaka Shi Higashinari ku
242.29(number of schools)
ArakKAwa ku
236.22(number of schools)
Osaka Shi Ikuno ku
227(number of schools)
Number of elementary schools (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1273(number of schools)
Hokkai do
1038(number of schools)
Osaka
984(number of schools)
Number of elementary schools (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
53(number of schools)
Kanagawa
29(number of schools)
Osaka
16(number of schools)
Lower secondary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
56.56(number of schools)
Osaka
39.45(number of schools)
Kanagawa
32.43(number of schools)
Lower secondary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by city)
BunkKYo ku
239.15(number of schools)
Osaka Shi Tennoji ku
185.95(number of schools)
ToshHIma ku
130.67(number of schools)
Number of lower secondary schools (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
611(number of schools)
Hokkai do
577(number of schools)
Osaka
459(number of schools)
Number of lower secondary schools (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
184(number of schools)
Kanagawa
63(number of schools)
Osaka
62(number of schools)
Upper secondary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
30.18(number of schools)
Osaka
19.54(number of schools)
Kanagawa
15.98(number of schools)
Upper secondary schools (per inhabitable area 100 km2)
(by city)
Osaka Shi Tennoji ku
247.93(number of schools)
BunkKYo ku
230.29(number of schools)
ChiyYOda ku
154.37(number of schools)
Number of upper secondary schools (Public)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
229(number of schools)
Tokyo
186(number of schools)
Aichi
164(number of schools)
Number of upper secondary schools (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
238(number of schools)
Osaka
94(number of schools)
Kanagawa
78(number of schools)
Number of secondary schools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8(number of schools)
Niigata
7(number of schools)
Kanagawa
5(number of schools)
Number of lower division classes (Secondary schools, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
73(class)
Niigata
48(class)
Ehime
33(class)
Number of upper division classes (Secondary schools, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
72(class)
Niigata
48(class)
Ehime
36(class)
Number of universities and graduate schools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
143(number of schools)
Osaka
56(number of schools)
Aichi
52(number of schools)
Number of junior colleges
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
37(number of schools)
Osaka
24(number of schools)
Aichi
21(number of schools)
Number of universities (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
117(number of schools)
Osaka
48(number of schools)
Aichi
42(number of schools)
Number of specialized training colleges
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
405(number of schools)
Osaka
226(number of schools)
Aichi
176(number of schools)
Number of miscellaneous schools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
156(number of schools)
Hyogo
80(number of schools)
Aichi
69(number of schools)
Number of schools for special needs education
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
72(person)
Tokyo
70(person)
Kanagawa
51(person)
Number of schools for special needs education (Public)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
70(person)
Tokyo
62(person)
Osaka
50(person)
Number of kindergarten classes
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6250(class)
Kanagawa
4811(class)
Saitama
3942(class)
Number of elementary school classes
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
20765(class)
Osaka
18733(class)
Kanagawa
17213(class)
Number of elementary school classes (National)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
115(class)
Osaka
54(class)
Hokkai do
51(class)
Number of elementary school classes (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19828(class)
Osaka
18448(class)
Kanagawa
16808(class)
Number of elementary school classes (General classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
18797(class)
Kanagawa
14233(class)
Osaka
13838(class)
Number of elementary school classes (Multigrade classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
622(class)
Kagoshima
494(class)
Fukushima
199(class)
Number of elementary school classes (Special classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
4600(class)
Hokkai do
2820(class)
Kanagawa
2569(class)
Number of elementary school classes (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
822(class)
Kanagawa
369(class)
Osaka
231(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9346(class)
Osaka
8007(class)
Kanagawa
7339(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (National)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
72(class)
Hokkai do
39(class)
Osaka
33(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (Public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
7317(class)
Tokyo
7084(class)
Aichi
6652(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (General classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6537(class)
Aichi
5704(class)
Osaka
5577(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (Multigrade classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
34(class)
Kagoshima
34(class)
Okinawa
15(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (Special classes, public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
1739(class)
Hokkai do
1296(class)
Kanagawa
1087(class)
Number of lower secondary school classes (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2190(class)
Kanagawa
687(class)
Osaka
657(class)
Number of upper secondary school classes (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3862(class)
Kanagawa
3677(class)
Aichi
3535(class)
Number of classes (Schools for special needs education, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
2598(person)
Osaka
2329(person)
Kanagawa
2104(person)
Number of classes (Schools for special needs education, kindergarten dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
37(person)
Tokyo
35(person)
Aichi
30(person)
Number of classes (Schools for special needs education, elementary dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1098(person)
Saitama
760(person)
Osaka
744(person)
Number of classes (Schools for special needs education, lower sec. dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
665(person)
Tokyo
569(person)
Kanagawa
448(person)
Number of classes (Schools for special needs education, upper sec. dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
936(person)
Tokyo
896(person)
Osaka
883(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Total)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
11091(person)
Kanagawa
7955(person)
Saitama
6536(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
110(person)
Hyogo
101(person)
Mie
29(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Academic assistant)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
500(person)
Tokyo
378(person)
Fukuoka
260(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
729(person)
Kanagawa
648(person)
Saitama
491(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, male)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
1(person)
Tokyo
0(person)
Osaka
0(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Academic assistant, male)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
58(person)
Tokyo
39(person)
Chiba
23(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10362(person)
Kanagawa
7307(person)
Osaka
6213(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, female)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
110(person)
Hyogo
101(person)
Mie
29(person)
Number of kindergarten teachers (Academic assistant, female)
(by prefecture)
Hokkai do
489(person)
Tokyo
339(person)
Fukuoka
241(person)
Number of elementary school Teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1403(person)
Aichi
1179(person)
Osaka
1175(person)
Number of elementary school Teachers (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
13608(person)
Osaka
10582(person)
Kanagawa
9279(person)
Number of elementary school Teachers (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
20960(person)
Osaka
17470(person)
Kanagawa
16257(person)
Number of elementary school Teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1400(person)
Aichi
1179(person)
Osaka
1173(person)
Number of lower secondary school teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
694(person)
Osaka
599(person)
Hokkai do
574(person)
Number of lower secondary school teachers (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
10912(person)
Osaka
9076(person)
Kanagawa
8191(person)
Number of lower secondary school teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, male)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
2(person)
Osaka
2(person)
Tokyo
1(person)
Number of lower secondary school teachers (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
8389(person)
Osaka
7624(person)
Kanagawa
6356(person)
Number of lower secondary school teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
693(person)
Osaka
597(person)
Hokkai do
574(person)
Number of upper secondary school teachers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
19333(person)
Osaka
14833(person)
Kanagawa
12936(person)
Number of upper secondary school teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
426(person)
Aichi
425(person)
Osaka
398(person)
Number of upper secondary school teachers (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12760(person)
Osaka
9806(person)
Kanagawa
8812(person)
Number of upper secondary school teachers (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
6573(person)
Osaka
5027(person)
Aichi
4172(person)
Number of upper secondary school teachers (Nursing teachers ・ Assistant nursing teachers, female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
426(person)
Aichi
424(person)
Osaka
396(person)
Number of secondary school teachers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
546(person)
Ehime
296(person)
Niigata
266(person)
Number of junior college teachers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
788(person)
Osaka
610(person)
Aichi
480(person)
Number of university teachers
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
51931(person)
Osaka
13519(person)
Aichi
11211(person)
Number of teachers (Schools for special needs education, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5727(person)
Osaka
5351(person)
Kanagawa
4616(person)
Number of teachers for visually disabled students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
152(person)
Osaka
148(person)
Kanagawa
128(person)
Number of teachers for hearing disabled students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
278(person)
Tokyo
267(person)
Aichi
259(person)
Number of teachers for mentally disabled students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3091(person)
Osaka
3079(person)
Kanagawa
2624(person)
Number of teachers for limb disabled students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1031(person)
Aichi
1009(person)
Kanagawa
976(person)
Number of teachers for sick or physically weak students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
163(person)
Chiba
160(person)
Gifu
135(person)
Number of kindergarten students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Hyogo
16075(person)
Osaka
14954(person)
Shizuoka
13267(person)
Number of kindergarten students (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
77918(person)
Kanagawa
57519(person)
Saitama
47046(person)
Number of kindergarten students (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
76505(person)
Kanagawa
56219(person)
Saitama
45817(person)
Number of infants enrolled in integrated centers for early childhood education and care
(by prefecture)
Osaka
58468(person)
Hyogo
37784(person)
Shizuoka
19980(person)
Number of first graders of elementary schools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
102192(person)
Kanagawa
74819(person)
Osaka
71204(person)
Number of students per educational computer (Elementary school)
(by prefecture)
Saitama
9.6(person)
Aichi
8.7(person)
Fukuoka
8.4(person)
Number of elementary school students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
580786(person)
Kanagawa
449456(person)
Osaka
430634(person)
Number of elementary school students (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
312216(person)
Kanagawa
236293(person)
Osaka
224323(person)
Number of elementary school students (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
297296(person)
Kanagawa
225011(person)
Osaka
214651(person)
Number of students per educational computer (lower secondary school)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
7.9(person)
Saitama
7.6(person)
Kanagawa
7.4(person)
Number of lower secondary school students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
222876(person)
Osaka
202730(person)
Kanagawa
199731(person)
Number of lower secondary school students (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
152361(person)
Kanagawa
115459(person)
Osaka
115176(person)
Number of lower secondary school students (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
147724(person)
Osaka
110129(person)
Kanagawa
110096(person)
Number of students per educational computer (upper secondary school)
(by prefecture)
Chiba
9.9(person)
Kanagawa
7.3(person)
Kagawa
6.9(person)
Number of upper secondary school students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Kanagawa
136325(person)
Tokyo
135741(person)
Aichi
135452(person)
Number of upper secondary school students (Male) 
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
154529(person)
Osaka
114113(person)
Kanagawa
103956(person)
Number of upper secondary school students (Female) 
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
159856(person)
Osaka
112844(person)
Kanagawa
102760(person)
Number of secondary school students (Lower division)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3565(person)
Ehime
1860(person)
Kanagawa
1828(person)
Number of secondary school students (Upper division)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3481(person)
Ehime
1980(person)
Kanagawa
1863(person)
University students and graduate school students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
763252(person)
Osaka
250262(person)
Aichi
192775(person)
Number of junior college students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12657(person)
Osaka
10519(person)
Aichi
7452(person)
Number of junior college students (Male)
(by prefecture)
Gifu
1049(person)
Hokkai do
928(person)
Tokyo
899(person)
Number of junior college students (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
11758(person)
Osaka
9671(person)
Aichi
6826(person)
Number of university students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
669191(person)
Osaka
222041(person)
Kanagawa
180033(person)
Number of university students (National)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
45967(person)
Hokkai do
25453(person)
Osaka
19369(person)
Number of university students (Public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
12505(person)
Fukuoka
8970(person)
Hyogo
7973(person)
Number of university students (Private)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
616341(person)
Osaka
190167(person)
Kanagawa
167250(person)
Number of university students (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
351087(person)
Osaka
133988(person)
Kanagawa
104135(person)
Number of university students (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
318104(person)
Osaka
88053(person)
Aichi
83141(person)
Number of specialized training college students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
146364(person)
Osaka
73594(person)
Aichi
47452(person)
Number of specialized training college students (Upper secondary course)
(by prefecture)
Aichi
7586(person)
Osaka
5074(person)
Tokyo
2819(person)
Number of specialized training college students (Specialized course)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
134473(person)
Osaka
68070(person)
Aichi
39754(person)
Number of specialized training college students (General course)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9072(person)
Fukuoka
4322(person)
Chiba
2014(person)
Number of miscellaneous school students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
26605(person)
Aichi
12465(person)
Osaka
10653(person)
Number of students (Schools for special needs education, public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12732(person)
Osaka
9378(person)
Kanagawa
8110(person)
Number of students (Schools for special needs education, kindergarten dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
132(person)
Aichi
129(person)
Osaka
119(person)
Number of students (Schools for special needs education, elementary dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
4488(person)
Saitama
2596(person)
Osaka
2424(person)
Number of students (Schools for special needs education, lower sec. dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
2479(person)
Tokyo
2294(person)
Saitama
1569(person)
Number of students (Schools for special needs education, upper sec. dept., public)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
5818(person)
Kanagawa
4714(person)
Osaka
4356(person)
Number of long-term absentees from elementary school (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
7181(person)
Tokyo
6979(person)
Kanagawa
5807(person)
Number of long-term absentees from elementary school (Disease) (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
2758(person)
Tokyo
1975(person)
Chiba
1714(person)
Number of long-term absentees from elementary school (Refusal to attend school) (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
3299(person)
Kanagawa
3255(person)
Aichi
2724(person)
Number of long-term absentees from lower secondary school (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
12938(person)
Osaka
12585(person)
Kanagawa
10918(person)
Number of long-term absentees from lower secondary school (Disease) (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Osaka
2930(person)
Tokyo
2152(person)
Chiba
1812(person)
Number of long-term absentees from lower secondary school (Refusal to attend school) (30 days or more)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
9975(person)
Kanagawa
8983(person)
Osaka
8258(person)
Number of elementary school returnee students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
1911(person)
Kanagawa
994(person)
Aichi
761(person)
Number of lower secondary school returnee students
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
726(person)
Kanagawa
339(person)
Aichi
197(person)
Number of kindergarten graduates
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
55038(person)
Kanagawa
42928(person)
Saitama
34440(person)
Number of kindergarten graduates (Male)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
27834(person)
Kanagawa
21738(person)
Saitama
17451(person)
Number of kindergarten graduates (Female)
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
27204(person)
Kanagawa
21190(person)
Osaka
17030(person)
Number of lower secondary school graduates
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
102257(person)
Osaka
79381(person)
Kanagawa
77611(person)
Number of lower secondary school graduates going to further education
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
98452(person)
Osaka
75718(person)
Kanagawa
74126(person)
Number of lower secondary school graduates going to specialized training schools
(by prefecture)
Tokyo
536(person)
Osaka
455(person)
Fukuoka
259(person)
Ratio of lower secondary school graduates going to further education
(by prefecture)
Ishikawa
98.9%
Yamagata
98.8%
Toyama
98.7%
Number of new lower secondary school graduates getting jobs
(by prefecture)
Aichi
252(person)