Living in Tochigi

Tochigi Prefecture is located in the Kanto region of Japan. The population is just over 2,000,000, with the capital and largest city, Utsunomiya City having a population of 510,416. Tochigi Prefecture is one of the few landlocked prefectures in Japan, bordering Saitama, Ibaraki, Gumma and Fukushima Prefectures. The most famous spot in Tochigi Prefecture is Nikko National Park. With many attractions within, including unique statues, a gorgeous waterfall, an avenue lined with lush, 300-year-old Japanese Cedars, and more, it's a place everyone in Japan should visit. Tochigi Prefecture also has some amazing ski resorts and onsen, plus one of the largest shopping malls in Japan, Bell Mall.

Climate

Annual Average Temperature

14 ℃

Population

Total Population

1,992,000

Foreign Residents

30,087

Foreigner Birth

272

Information

Num. of persons per household (persons)

3.44

Age of household heads (years old)

48.7

Income

524,816

Expenditure

434,374

Savings

13,679,000

Liabilities

6,516,000

annual crime

20,369

annual income

6,297,790

Expenditure Detail

Food

71,935

Rents for dwelling & land

54,889

Imputed rent for owned houses

75,654

Fuel, light & water charges

19,546

Electricity

8,450

Gas

4,579

Furniture & household utensils

9,840

Clothing & footwear

14,032

Medical care

12,449

Transportation & communication

61,305

Public transportation

5,805

Private transportation

39,620

Communication

15,879

Education

17,634

Culture & recreation

34,855

Foreign Nationalities

China

7694

Brasil

5688

Philippines

3736

Peru

3643

Korea ( South and North )

2959

Thailand

1929

Vietnam

930

United States

497

Pakistan

452

Sri Lanka

417

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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