According to an announcement by the Fukuoka and Kumamoto Regional Taxation Bureaus, land prices in seven prefectures in Kyushu have risen for the third straight year. A report released on July 1 showed an average increase of 1.6% in land price compared to the year before. Prefecture-wise, Fukuoka saw a climb of 3.6% while Miyazaki and Kagoshima saw slight drops. A plot in Tenjin 2-chome in Fukuoka City was estimated to be worth ¥7.87 million per square meter, the most expensive in the entire region. Source: Nikkei Shimbun, 7/1/2019
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