The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) published the data on land price movements across Japan for the third quarter in 2013 (July 1 ~ October 1).
The Chika LOOK Report measures land price changes in 150 locations throughout Japan. According to the latest data, 107 locations (71.3% of the total) saw an increase in land prices. This is higher than the last quarter which saw 99 locations with an increase in land prices. 34 locations (22.7%) saw no change in prices, while 9 locations (6%) saw a fall in land prices.
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