Japan collects census information every five years.

The exercise is conducted by the Statistics Bureau of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.

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Between 19, land prices in the six largest cities increased 15,000% ( 12% a year).

Urban land prices generally increased 40% from 1980 to 1987; in the six largest cities, the price of land doubled over that period.

In 2015 it dropped further to 11th place, according to both the UN and PRB.

Over the period of 2010–2015, the population shrank by almost a million.

Japan's population density was 336 people per square kilometer (874 people per square mile) according to the UN World Populations Prospects as of July 2005.

It ranks 37th in a list of countries by population density, ranking directly above India (336 per km).

For many families, this trend put housing in central cities out of reach.

The result was lengthy commutes for many workers in the big cities, especially in Tokyo area where daily commutes of two hours each way are common.

The demographic features of the population of Japan include population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects regarding the population.

Japan's population size can be attributed to high growth rates experienced during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Japan faces the same problems that confront urban industrialized societies throughout the world: overcrowded cities and congested highways.