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Transcript of JAPAN

Welcome to Japan...
127.2 million (Index Mundi, 2013)
Population Characteristics
Non-Governmental Organizations:
Quality of
Life Expectancy:
Analysis of Scatter Graph & Conclusion
Our overall analysis of Japans average life expectancy compared to the average number of people per doctor seems relatively strong. Compared to other countries such as the Philippines, China, Canada, ect,Japan exceeds the majority of other countries average life expectancy. We conclude Japan is a very advanced country, fully developed. Examples of this include Japan's high literacy rate, life expectancy and per capita income.

Developing countries such as Afghanistan, Costa Rica, ect, are not as developed as Japan. Developing countries do not have as high characteristic values and quality of life compared to most.
By : Rachel Maglalang
Onnah Miranda

377,915 Km Sq (Index Mundi, December 6 2013
336.58 people/per Km Sq (Index Mundi, 2012)
The capital city of Japan is Tokyo (Index Mundi,2013)
Languages Spoken:

The majority of Japan's population speaks Japanese. The Japanese language is also known as Nihongo. This popular language is spoken by over 125.7 million people across Japan. The other fraction of people in Japan speak alternate languages such as english, korean, chinese, ect. As most migrants are from Korea and China.
(Index Mundi, December 6, 2013)
- Shintoism, "The way of Kami" (83.9%)
- Buddhism (71.4%)
- Christianity (2%)
- other religions (7%)
(Index Mundi, 2013)
Shintoism and Buddhism cause the population to exceed its 100% because both religions can be practiced by more than one person.

Religious rituals are followed at ceremonies such as births, weddings, ect. Also Japanese people tend to visit temples or shrines. They practice in local festivals such as Matsuri. (World Population Statistics, 2013)

- Japan Center for International Exchange
- Salamat-Po Kai (Philippine-Japan Scholarship Association)
- People to People Aid
- Foundation for International Development/Relief
(Japanese NGO, 2012)
Fertility Rate:
1.39 children born per women (Index Mundi,2013)
Birth Rate:
8.23 births per 1000 population (Index,2013)
Death Rate:
9.27 deaths per 1000 population (Index Mundi, 2013)
Earthquakes: average of 31 deaths
Epidemic: average of 1 death
Flood: average of 22 deaths
Storm: average of 77 deaths

- Soviet Japanese War, 1985
- WWII, 1945
- Nuclear Disaster Fukishima, 2012
276 killed per year from epidemic,
war, catastrophe, ect.
Population Characteristics Continued...
Natural Increase:
-2.42 (2010)
Net Migration:
0 migrants/1000 population (Index Mundi,2013)
Doubling time:
-0.1% (2013)
Japanese males on average, have a total life span of 80.85 years, while Japanese women have a longer average life span of about 87.71 years (Index Mundi,2013)
Literacy Rate:
Japan is one of the highest ranked countries in terms of reading and writing. Age 15 and over are able to read and write. An average of 99% of both male and female are literate. (Index Mundi, 2013)
Per Capita Income:
The average Japanese household brings in about 47,870 (USD) income each year (Doing Business,2013)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP):
5.96 trillion USD (World Bank , 2012)
GDP Per Capita:
36,900 USD (Index Mundi,2012)
Human Development Index is a ranking of 10 out of all the other countries
Population Density:
Japan; Index Mundi, Located all around the world
http://www.indexmundi.com/japan/#, 2012-2013
Mite itadaki arigatōgozaimasu!!!
(Thank you for watching)
Fukushima Accident; World Nuclear Association, Located in United Kingdom.
http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/Safety-and-Security/Safety-of-Plants/Fukushima-Accident/, January 13, 2014
Data of Japan; The World Bank, Located in Washington DC, US
http://data.worldbank.org/country/japan#cp_fin, 2012-2013
-Shinzo Abe was is the current prime minister of Japan. (Wikipedia,2014)

-the chrysanthemum is the unofficial national flower of Japan. (Wikipedia,2013)

- Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, located on Honshu Island. Also a main attraction in Japan!(Wikipedia, 2014)

- Tokyo Disneyland is also another main attractions in Japan located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, near Tokyo. (Wikipedia, 2014)

Japan Population 2013; World Population Statistics, Located all around the world.
http://www.worldpopulationstatistics.com/japan-population-2013/, September 27, 2013
Economy Characteristics; Doing Buisness, Located in around the world
http://www.doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/economycharacteristics, 2014
Japanese Languages; Wikipedia, Located are the world.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_language, January 23, 2013
Japanese NGO websites; List of Japanese NGO websites, Located in Japan
http://www.gdrc.org/ngo/japan-ngo/ngo-websites.html, 2012

Population data from 198 Nations and Densely Populated Areas; Over Population, Located around the world
http://overpopulation.org/pop_dbl.html, May 1977
Mount Fuji; Wikipedia, Located in Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Fuji, 2014
Shinzo Abe; Wikipedia, Located in Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinz%C5%8D_Abe, 2013
Tokyo Disneyland; Wikipedia, Located in Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_Disneyland, 2013
Chrysanthemum; Wikipedia, Located around the world
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysanthemum, 2013
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