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Living in Tottori

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.

Current Weather

15˚ Overcast

Feels Like: 15˚ Low: 18˚ High: 27˚

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

Last Updated: 2019/06/18 04:01

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Climate

Average Annual Temperature

14 ℃

Population

Total Population

570,000

Foreign Residents

4,156

Foreigner Births

61

Information

No. of persons per household

3.07

Age of household heads (years old)

58.6

Income

453,333

Expenditure

370,469

Savings

12,440,000

Liabilities

3,790,000

Total population

570,000

Foreign residents

4,156

Foreigner births

61

Annual crime

5,215

Annual income

5,440,000

Expenditure Detail (MONTHLY - JP YEN)

Food

69,875

Rents for dwelling & land

50,522

Imputed rent

72,125

Fuel, light & water charges

20,776

Electricity

9,288

Gas

4,097

Furniture & household utensils

9,966

Clothing & footwear

11,485

Medical care

10,643

Transportation & communication

55,322

Public transportation

3,364

Private transportation

28,172

Communication

15,311

Education

9,797

Culture & recreation

26,631

Foreign Nationalities

Korea ( South and North )

1,021

China

944

Vietnam

850

Philippines

565

United States

111

Indonesia

111

Thailand

77

Taiwan

52

Myanmar

48

Cambodia

41

Mongolia

32

United Kingdom

30

Foreigner Status

Permanent resident

984

Special permanent resident

876

Technical Intern Training No. 2 (supervisory)

721

Technical Intern Training No. 1 (supervisory)

468

Study abroad

302

Japanese spouse

214

Family stay

159

Technology · Humanities · International work

122

Long-term resident

105

Education

78

Technical skill

52

Technical Intern Training No. 1 (individual ent.)

51

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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