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Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sapporo MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sendai MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kanto MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Niigata MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Shizuoka/Hamamatsu MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Chukyo MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kinki MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Okayama MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hiroshima MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kitakyushu/Fukuoka MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kumamoto MMA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Utsunomiya MA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Matsuyama MA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kagoshima MA, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hokkaido, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sapporo City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Aomori Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Iwate Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Miyagi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sendai City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Akita Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Yamagata Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Fukushima Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Ibaraki Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Tochigi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Gunma Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Saitama Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Saitama City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Chiba Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Chiba City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Specified Districts in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kanagawa Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Yokohama City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kawasaki City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sagamihara City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Niigata Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Niigata City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Toyama Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Ishikawa Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Fukui Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Yamanashi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Nagano Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Gifu Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Shizuoka Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Shizuoka City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hamamatsu City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Aichi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Nagoya City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Mie Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Shiga Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kyoto Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kyoto City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Osaka Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Osaka City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Sakai City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hyogo Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kobe City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Nara Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Wakayama Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Tottori Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Shimane Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Okayama Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Okayama City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hiroshima Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Hiroshima City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Yamaguchi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Tokushima Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kagawa Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Ehime Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kochi Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Fukuoka Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kitakyushu City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Fukuoka City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Saga Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Nagasaki Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kumamoto Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kumamoto City, Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Oita Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Miyazaki Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Kagoshima Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.

Based on the original statistics data, the distribution of commuting time of a main earner in Okinawa Pref., Japan is derived. The population of the data is employees, and self-employed people are not included in the data. Note that the height of the rightmost bar in the figure has no statistical significance since we assume an upper bound of total floor spaces in convenient.