A Short Economic History of Modern Japan, 1867-1937

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APPENDIX B
Statistical Tables1

TABLE I
POPULATION, 1873-1940
(in thousands)
YearPopulation
187335,000
190345,500
192056,000
192559,700
193064,500
193569,300
194073,100
Source: Statistical Year-Book of the Empire of Japan. The figures for 1873
and 1903 are estimates based on local records of family registrations and
corrected in the light of subsequent Census returns. The figures for 1920 and
later years are based on the Census returns.

TABLE II
DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION ACCORDING TO SIZE OF TOWNSHIPS
(as percentages of total population)
Size of Unit 1893 1903 1913 1920 1930 1935
Under 10,000 persons847972685954
10,000-49,999101014161615
50,000-99,999--23476
100,000 and over6911121825
100100100100100100
Source: Statistical Year-Book of the Empire of Japan.
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1
These tables refer to Japan Proper only, except when otherwise stated. Japan roper consists of the four main islands of Honshu, Kyushu, Shikoku and Hokkaido, together with the Kuriles, the Luchus and other small outlying islands. A few of the tables, notably those showing the foreign trade, also cover Karafuto (Southern Saghalien).

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