Living in Yamanashi

Yamanashi Prefecture is located in the Chubu region of Japan and has a population of 861,431. It shares a border with Shizuoka Prefecture to the South. Mt. Fuji, Japan's tallest volcano, is located on the border. Much of Japan's mineral water is produced in Yamanashi Prefecture, and agriculturally, it is famous for producing high quality fruit such as plums, peaches, and grapes. Fuji-Q Highland, a large-scale amusement park is located in Fujiyoshida, boasts some of the world's fastest, highest, and longest roller coasters, as well as a number of anime and children's attractions, onsen and hotels, all with a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji.

Climate

Annual Average Temperature

15 ℃

Population

Total Population

852,000

Foreign Residents

14,388

Foreigner Birth

107

Information

Num. of persons per household (persons)

3.34

Age of household heads (years old)

49.2

Income

474,756

Expenditure

388,853

Savings

11,226,000

Liabilities

4,824,000

annual crime

7,934

annual income

5,697,070

Expenditure Detail

Food

66,683

Rents for dwelling & land

53,044

Imputed rent for owned houses

71,649

Fuel, light & water charges

18,107

Electricity

7,757

Gas

4,028

Furniture & household utensils

7,846

Clothing & footwear

12,127

Medical care

10,820

Transportation & communication

50,406

Public transportation

3,891

Private transportation

29,231

Communication

17,284

Education

14,802

Culture & recreation

28,058

Foreign Nationalities

China

4119

Brasil

3311

Korea ( South and North )

2290

Philippines

1920

Peru

947

Thailand

655

India

298

Vietnam

264

United States

263

Indonesia

174

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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