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Summary of the Latest Month on Family Income and Expenditure Survey

August  2016

Released on 30 September 2016

Including agricultural, forestry and fisheries households


Summary of Survey Results

(1) Expenditures for Two-or-more-person Households

  The average of monthly consumption expenditures per household for August 2016 was 276,338 yen, down 5.1% in nominal terms and down 4.6% in real terms from the previous year.

(2) Income and Expenditures for Workers' Households

  The average of monthly income per household stood at 480,083 yen, up 1.0% in nominal terms and up 1.5% in real terms from the previous year.

  The average of consumption expenditures per household was 301,442 yen, down 5.0% in nominal terms and down 4.5% in real terms from the previous year.

Chart of Change of Consumption Expenditures over the Year (Real).Table of Average of Monthly Receipts and Disbursements per Household 

Statistical Tables

Table 1 Major Figures on Family Budget (Excel:79KB)

Table 2 Average of Monthly Receipts and Disbursements per Household (Excel:94KB)

Seasonally Adjusted Series of Key Items(Excel:187KB)
(Two-or-more-person Households)

Seasonally Adjusted Series of Key Items(Excel:118KB)
(Workers' Households)


Index of Consumption Expenditure Level(Excel:498KB)
(adjusted by the distribution of household by number of household members and age group of household head)
(Two-or-more-person Households)



Statistical Tables (Not including agricultural, forestry and fisheries households)

Index of Consumption Expenditure Level(Excel:440KB)
(adjusted in the level of 4-person households)
(Two-or-more-person Households)

Index of Consumption Expenditure Level(Excel:443KB)
(adjusted in the level of 4-person households)
(Workers' Households)

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