As Japan land prices continue gains, Ginza remains most expensive for 32nd year in a row

Land prices in Japan rose 0.4 percent on average as of Jan. 1 from a year earlier, marking the second consecutive year of gain, the National Tax Agency said in its annual report released Monday. The highest land price in the country was ¥40.32 million per sq.
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