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The distribution of total floor spaces in Japan is derived based on the original statistics 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of rented houses in Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Japan is derived for one-person households. 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 total floor spaces in Japan is derived for households of couple and their children. 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 total floor spaces in Japan is derived for households of couple only. 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 total floor spaces of owned houses in Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Japan is derived for households of one parent and children. 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 total floor spaces in Japan is derived for one-family household. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces of buildings in Japan is derived for each age group. The age attribution means age of a main earner. 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 total floor spaces in the Sapporo Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Sendai Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Kanto Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Niigata Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Shizuoka/Hamamatsu Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Nakagyo Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Kinki Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Okayama Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Hiroshima Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Kitakyushu/Fukuoka Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Kumamoto Major Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Utsunomiya Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Matsuyama Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in the Kagoshima Metropolitan Area, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Hokkaido, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Sapporo City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Aomori Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Iwate Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Sendai City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Akita Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Yamagata Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Gunma Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Saitama Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Saitama City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Chiba Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Chiba City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Specified Districts in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Yokohama City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kawasaki City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Sagamihara City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Niigata Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Niigata City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Toyama Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Fukui Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Nagano Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Gifu Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Shizuoka City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Hamamatsu City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Aichi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Nagoya City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Mie Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Shiga Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kyoto City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Osaka Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Osaka City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Sakai City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kobe City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Nara Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Tottori Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Shimane Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Okayama Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Okayama City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Hiroshima City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Ehime Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kochi Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kitakyushu City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Fukuoka City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Saga Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kumamoto City, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Oita Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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 total floor spaces in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan is derived. 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.