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Living in Oita

Oita Prefecture is located on the island of Kyushu in western Japan. It has a population of 1.2 million. Seventy percent of Oita Prefecture's land area is covered with mountains, forests, and rivers. With such landscapes come onsen. In fact, Oita Prefecture has the highest number of onsen in all of Japan. The Beppu is the prefecture's most well known city, and within Beppu lies a very interesting onsen known as the “Hell Hot Spring”, a popular tourist attraction for onsen lovers.

Current Weather

23˚ Possible Drizzle and Humid

Feels Like: 24˚ Low: 23˚ High: 24˚

Possible light rain until tomorrow morning, starting again tomorrow evening.

Last Updated: 2019/07/19 18:01

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Climate

Average Annual Temperature

16 ℃

Population

Total Population

1,160,000

Foreign Residents

11,149

Foreigner Births

102

Information

No. of persons per household

2.91

Age of household heads (years old)

57.9

Income

530,833

Expenditure

358,939

Savings

14,150,000

Liabilities

5,150,000

Total population

1,160,000

Foreign residents

11,149

Foreigner births

102

Annual crime

6,982

Annual income

6,370,000

Expenditure Detail (MONTHLY - JP YEN)

Food

63,556

Rents for dwelling & land

48,207

Imputed rent

68,714

Fuel, light & water charges

17,401

Electricity

8,243

Gas

3,689

Furniture & household utensils

9,426

Clothing & footwear

10,893

Medical care

10,371

Transportation & communication

51,745

Public transportation

3,608

Private transportation

32,749

Communication

17,194

Education

8,564

Culture & recreation

22,074

Foreign Nationalities

China

2,848

Korea ( South and North )

2,242

Vietnam

1,941

Philippines

1,436

Indonesia

640

Thailand

346

United States

324

Nepal

288

Sri Lanka

208

Taiwan

184

Myanmar

161

Bangladesh

134

Foreigner Status

Study abroad

3,752

Permanent resident

1,824

Technical Intern Training No. 2 (supervisory)

1,697

Special permanent resident

1,202

Technical Intern Training No. 1 (supervisory)

1,196

Technology · Humanities · International work

582

Japanese spouse

454

Family stay

417

Long-term resident

226

Specific activity

168

Technical skill

103

Education

94

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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