What is the population of Japan?
Japan is the second largest country in the world and has an estimated population of 1.05 billion people.
The country’s official population data show that the population is 1.08 billion.
This is about 5% higher than the official population of 2.3 billion in 2016.
The country has a population density of 1,085 people per square kilometre.
However, in urban areas the density is lower than in rural areas.
The official population density in Tokyo is 1,072 people per sq km.
The national census data indicates that in 2016 there were 6.7 million inhabitants living in Tokyo.
In the past 10 years, the number of Japanese residents has increased from 5.1 million to 6.4 million.
Japan’s population density is similar to other European countries and also comparable to the US.
The population density for the US is 1 per square mile.
In 2020, the population density was 1,056 people persq km.
The official population census data indicate that in 2020, Japan’s official city of Tokyo was approximately 2,200,000 people.
In 2023, the official city population will be 1,921,000, and in 2024, the city population is estimated to be 1.06 million.
The government estimates the country’s total population at 1.4 billion.
It has a relatively high fertility rate of 1:1.
Japan has an average birth rate of 2,600 children per woman.
Japan’s birth rate is also lower than most other countries in the OECD.
In 2015, the Japanese birth rate was 2.8 children per women.
However in 2020 there was a decline of 0.5 children per girl.
In 2021, the birth rate increased to 3.3 children per female.
In 2020, Japanese women had a fertility rate higher than that of the average OECD member country, Sweden.
The fertility rate for Japanese women was 4.4 children per couple.
In 2019, the fertility rate was 4 children per child.
The Japan Population and Development Agency (JNDDA) data for 2020 shows that Japan’s total fertility rate (TFR) was 1.2 children per family, which was about 7% higher compared to the OECD average.
The birth rate for women in Japan was also higher than for women across the OECD, with the birthrate for Japanese mothers increasing from 0.9 children per mother in 2015 to 1.6 children per baby in 2020.
Japan had an average of 4.5 births per woman per year in 2020 and an average age of 35 for women.
Japan has a large proportion of rural populations and some of the rural areas are low-income areas.
In urban areas, there are some large areas where the population has grown.
The National Health Insurance Act of 2002 states that all Japanese citizens, regardless of their gender, age, or location, are eligible for the national health insurance program.
The Japanese government provides financial assistance to residents of low- and moderate-income countries for the purchase of health insurance.
In 2018, the Government of Japan announced that the number and age of residents of Tokyo will increase from 2.2 million to 2.4 to 2 million by 2030.
The total number of residents will be increased from 1.9 million to 1 million in 2020 to 2,100,000 by 2030, the government said.