Living in Yamagata
Yamagata Prefecture is located in the Tohoku region of Japan and has a population of 1.16 million people. In recent years, Yamagata Prefecture has seen a substantial decrease in population. The prefecture also has one of the highest populations of elderly people; nearly 25% of the population is over the age of 65. Yamagata Prefecture is one of the largest producers of fruit in Japan, and is especially famous for pears and cherries. Mount Haguro's Gojuto Pagoda is strikingly beautiful and a trip to the Ginzan Onsen might feel like taking a trip back in time. Located to the south east of Yamagata City is the Mount Zao Ski Resort and Onsen, a popular spot for ski enthusiasts from all over Japan.
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