Living in Miyazaki

Miyazaki Prefecture is located on the island of Kyushu in western Japan. Its population is about 1.1 million, and its capital, Miyazaki City, has a population just below 400,000. Miyazaki Prefecture is a very popular destination for tourists in Japan, as it has many onsen, resorts, and is a fantastic place for surfing. In addition to these resorts and onsen, one can enjoy wagyu of the highest quality; Miyazaki Prefecture is the second highest producer of Japanese Black Cattle. The hyuganatsu fruit originated in Miyazaki Prefecture, first discovered in the 1820s. Interestingly, a very rare mushroom, the Devil's Cigar, grows in Miyazaki Prefecture; the only other location the Devil's Cigar has been found is central Texas, USA.

Climate

Annual Average Temperature

17 ℃

Population

Total Population

1,126,000

Foreign Residents

4,125

Foreigner Birth

64

Information

Num. of persons per household (persons)

3.22

Age of household heads (years old)

46.4

Income

413,448

Expenditure

349,475

Savings

7,626,000

Liabilities

5,577,000

annual crime

8,428

annual income

4,961,380

Expenditure Detail

Food

61,985

Rents for dwelling & land

43,702

Imputed rent for owned houses

67,063

Fuel, light & water charges

16,469

Electricity

8,164

Gas

3,248

Furniture & household utensils

8,144

Clothing & footwear

10,735

Medical care

11,926

Transportation & communication

43,255

Public transportation

2,755

Private transportation

25,898

Communication

14,602

Education

13,498

Culture & recreation

26,028

Foreign Nationalities

China

1902

Korea ( South and North )

639

Philippines

591

Indonesia

325

United States

208

Thailand

101

United Kingdom

68

Australia

49

Canada

48

Vietnam

41

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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