Rice Production

2010-12-21 | Agriculture |
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Rice Production hokkaido aomori iwate miyagi akita yamagata fukushima ibaraki tochigi gunma saitama chiba tokyo kanagawa niigata toyama ishikawa fukui yamanashi nagano gifu sizuoka aichi mie shiga kyoto osaka hyogo nara wakayama tottori shimane okayama hiroshima yamaguchi tokushima kagawa ehime kochi fukuoka saga nagasaki kumamoto oita miyazaki kagoshima okinawa
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Rice production in 2008, announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Hokkaido is ranked first in the amount of crop production, slightly exceeding Niigata ranked second. Hokkaido, in which rice cultivation began to spread only in the 18th century due to the cool summer climate being unsuitable for rice cultivation, increased the amount of production together with the development of varieties of rice with high tolerance for cold and expansion of areas for cropping. Presently, Hokkaido is ranked number one in terms of both crop acreage and crop production. Because it was difficult to produce high grade rice, it has not been branded as Hokkaido rice, but recently, the taste and quality of rice produced in Hokkaido has been improving and the rate of grade 1 rice has been increasing.

On the other hand, crop production per 100 thousand population is highest in Akita, followed by other prefectures in northern Japan such as Yamagata, Niigata and Iwate. Compared to the Pacific side, there is less cold-weather damage on the Japan Sea side and with an abundance of melted snow water and vast farmland, the amount of crop production is high.

The greater amount of crop production on the Japan Sea side is a phenomenon seen not only in the Tohoku areas, but the amount of rice production is greater on the Japan Sea side compared to the Pacific sidein the Hokuriku and Sanin areas as well.

RICE PRODUCTION

RankPrefecturesRice ProductionStandard
Score
Amount per 100000 Population
SortDesc  AscDesc  AscDesc  AscDesc  Asc
1Akita535,800 ton47,796.61 ton90.25
2Yamagata417,100 ton34,816.36 ton76.21
3Niigata644,100 ton26,781.71 ton67.52
4Iwate304,500 ton22,324.05 ton62.70
5Aomori300,600 ton21,364.61 ton61.66
6Fukushima438,200 ton21,199.81 ton61.48
7Toyama219,100 ton19,810.13 ton59.98
8Fukui141,800 ton17,377.45 ton57.35
9Tochigi349,100 ton17,333.66 ton57.30
10Saga139,100 ton16,193.25 ton56.07
11Miyagi377,900 ton16,101.41 ton55.97
12Ibaraki421,600 ton14,200.07 ton53.91
13Shimane99,100 ton13,556.77 ton53.22
14Shiga176,000 ton12,607.45 ton52.19
15Tottori72,600 ton12,100.00 ton51.64
16Ishikawa139,100 ton11,888.89 ton51.41
17Hokkaido647,500 ton11,624.78 ton51.13
18Kumamoto207,200 ton11,334.79 ton50.81
19Oita128,700 ton10,698.25 ton50.12
20Nagano219,400 ton10,064.22 ton49.44
21Okayama185,500 ton9,498.21 ton48.83
22Miyazaki104,200 ton9,116.36 ton48.41
23Tokushima70,100 ton8,762.50 ton48.03
24Kochi67,000 ton8,567.78 ton47.82
25Mie159,200 ton8,486.14 ton47.73
26Yamaguchi124,500 ton8,446.40 ton47.69
27Kagawa77,700 ton7,723.66 ton46.91
28Kagoshima122,500 ton7,080.93 ton46.21
29Gifu122,000 ton5,798.48 ton44.82
30Chiba347,400 ton5,696.95 ton44.71
31Ehime82,300 ton5,668.04 ton44.68
32Hiroshima141,200 ton4,914.72 ton43.87
33Nagasaki68,600 ton4,721.27 ton43.66
34Gunma91,800 ton4,553.57 ton43.48
35Fukuoka198,400 ton3,924.05 ton42.80
36Wakayama39,000 ton3,827.28 ton42.69
37Hyogo200,900 ton3,594.56 ton42.44
38Nara49,400 ton3,503.55 ton42.34
39Yamanashi29,100 ton3,318.13 ton42.14
40Kyoto82,500 ton3,130.93 ton41.94
41Saitama176,000 ton2,482.37 ton41.24
42Shizuoka93,400 ton2,457.25 ton41.21
43Aichi162,000 ton2,201.09 ton40.93
44Osaka29,700 ton337.04 ton38.92
45Okinawa3,160 ton230.15 ton38.80
46Kanagawa16,400 ton184.69 ton38.75
47Tokyo800 ton6.27 ton38.56
Average8,823,260 ton6,905.53 ton
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