Rate of Smoking: Male

2010-10-19 | Health |
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Rate of Smoking: Male 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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Rate of male smokers from the Comprehensive Survey of Living Conditions conducted by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare every 3 years. "Smokers" in the Comprehensive Survey of Living Conditions refer to persons who "smoke everyday or occasionally."

The national average rate of male smokers is 39.7%. The rate of smoking is highest in Aomori with 45.3%, followed by Hokkaido, Fukushima, Ishikawa and Tochigi. The distribution chart shows that the rate of smoking is high from northern Kanto to Tohoku and Hokkaido, and low in western Japan. This is a so-called East-West regional opposition, and similar trend can be seen in the amounts of consumption of salmon, saury and natto, which are positively correlated.

It is also positively correlated with the number of ramen stores and the amount of instant noodle consumption, and negatively correlated with the amount of bread consumption. This indicates that the rate of smoking is high in areas with high ramen consumption and low in areas with high bread consumption.

From the above, the smoking habits of men are believed to be highly correlated with food culture rather than due to social factors. The Rate of Smoking: Female is more highly correlated with lifestyle rather than food culture, indicating a difference in smoking culture between men and women.

RATE OF SMOKING: MALE

RankPrefecturesRate of Smoking: MaleStandard
Score
SortDesc  AscDesc  AscDesc  Asc
1Aomori45.3%76.65
2Hokkaido43.9%69.85
3Fukushima42.8%64.50
4Ishikawa42.4%62.56
4Tochigi42.4%62.56
6Miyagi42.3%62.07
6Aichi42.3%62.07
8Gunma42.2%61.58
9Saga41.9%60.13
9Niigata41.9%60.13
11Yamanashi41.6%58.67
12Iwate41.2%56.72
12Akita41.2%56.72
14Ibaraki40.7%54.29
15Fukuoka40.3%52.35
16Okayama40.2%51.86
16Yamagata40.2%51.86
16Kumamoto40.2%51.86
19Tokushima40.1%51.38
20Hiroshima40.0%50.89
21Mie39.9%50.40
21Saitama39.9%50.40
23Osaka39.8%49.92
24Chiba39.7%49.43
24Toyama39.7%49.43
26Shiga39.6%48.95
27Miyazaki39.4%47.97
27Kagawa39.4%47.97
29Kochi39.3%47.49
30Fukui39.2%47.00
30Wakayama39.2%47.00
32Gifu39.1%46.51
33Nagano39.0%46.03
34Yamaguchi38.9%45.54
35Ehime38.6%44.08
36Kanagawa38.5%43.60
36Oita38.5%43.60
38Nagasaki38.3%42.63
39Hyogo38.0%41.17
40Shizuoka37.9%40.68
41Tottori37.5%38.74
41Kagoshima37.5%38.74
43Okinawa37.4%38.25
44Tokyo36.7%34.85
45Kyoto36.6%34.36
46Shimane35.8%30.47
47Nara34.9%26.10
Japan39.7%
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