Japan’s population, including non-Japanese residents, as of Oct. 1 last year dropped by 595,000, or 0.48 pct, from a year before to 124,352,000, down for the 13th successive year, the internal affairs ministry said Friday.

The number of people aged 75 or over exceeded 20 million for the first time ever, showing that the aging of the country’s population has advanced further.

  • SeaJ
    2 months ago

    Of course they are doing robots. Japan was founded on the idea that the country would eventually be run by robots and kaiju. Their kaiju progress is sorely lacking.