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Tottori Prefecture, located in the Chugoku region of Japan, has a population of 584,892, making it the least populous prefecture in all of Japan. The prefecture grows many produce which are shipped to all major cities in Japan and its economy is heavily dominated by such agriculture. Tottori City, the capital of Tottori Prefecture, with a population of 200,000, has a large number of Meiji-era Western-style structures, giving the city a European feel. The largest sand dunes in Japan, the Tottori-sakyu Sand Dunes are located near Tottori City. Sakaiminato City, a fishing port in Tottori Prefecture, is known for large catches of maguro and crab, yokai phantom statues, and a beautiful walking path along its beach.

population
582,000
foreign residents
3,947
foreigner birth
61
annual crime
4,313
annual income
5,108,060

Tottori Data Sources

Temperature

Population per age

Foreign Nationalities

#CountryNumber
1China1,655
2Korea ( South and North )1,242
3Philippines475
4Thailand103
5United States82
6Vietnam52
7Indonesia46
8United Kingdom32
9Russia28
10Pakistan27

Living Cost

ItemData
Num. of persons per household (persons)3.66
Age of household heads (years old)48
Income425,672
Expenditure356,595
Savings13,106,000
Liabilities4,809,000

Expenditure Detail

ItemYen
Food66,898
Housing
Rents for dwelling & land50,522
Imputed rent for owned houses72,125
Fuel, light & water charges19,517
Electricity9,288
Gas4,097
Furniture & household utensils9,147
Clothing & footwear10,279
Medical care11,094
Transportation & communication46,847
Public transportation3,364
Private transportation28,172
Communication15,311
Education11,220
Culture & recreation24,695
Beef (100g)
658yen
Pork (100g)
238yen
Chicken (100g)
125yen
Tuna (100g)
297yen
Milk (1L)
210yen
Green tea (100g)
517yen
Taxi (base fare)
560yen
Parking (1 month)
8,817yen
All data shown has been published by The Japanese Meteorological Agency and The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. Information provided by City-Cost is for educational purposes and we hope the data posted here helps you.

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