Takasaki, Japan Metro Area Population 1950-2020

NOTE: All data from 2020 and beyond are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the Takasaki, Japan metro area from 1950 to 2020. United Nations population projections are also included through the year 2035.
  • The current metro area population of Takasaki in 2020 is 369,000, a 0.27% decline from 2019.
  • The metro area population of Takasaki in 2019 was 370,000, a 0.27% decline from 2018.
  • The metro area population of Takasaki in 2018 was 371,000, a 0% increase from 2017.
  • The metro area population of Takasaki in 2017 was 371,000, a 0% increase from 2016.
Data Source: United Nations - World Population Prospects

MLA Citation:
Other Cities in Japan
City Name Population
Tokyo 37,393,000
Osaka 19,165,000
Nagoya 9,552,000
Kitakyushu-Fukuoka 5,529,000
Shizuoka-Hamamatsu 2,922,000
Sapporo 2,670,000
Sendai 2,327,000
Hiroshima 2,083,000
Niigata 804,000
Kumamoto 743,000
Okayama 725,000
Kagoshima 591,000
Utsunomiya 522,000
Matsuyama 510,000
Oita 479,000
Kurashiki 476,000
Kanazawa 466,000
Fukuyama 465,000
Takamatsu 420,000
Nagasaki 414,000
Toyama 413,000
Miyazaki 399,000
Nagano 372,000
Toyohashi 371,000
Takasaki 369,000
Iwaki 356,000
Asahikawa 331,000
Koriyama 331,000
Maebashi 331,000
Kochi 330,000
Naha 321,000
Akita 307,000
Kurume 305,000
Takasaki - Historical Population Data
Year Population Growth Rate
2020 369,000 -0.27%
2019 370,000 -0.27%
2018 371,000 0.00%
2017 371,000 0.00%
2016 371,000 0.00%
2015 371,000 0.00%
2014 371,000 0.00%
2013 371,000 0.00%
2012 371,000 0.00%
2011 371,000 0.00%
2010 371,000 0.27%
2009 370,000 0.54%
2008 368,000 0.27%
2007 367,000 0.27%
2006 366,000 0.27%
2005 365,000 0.55%
2004 363,000 0.28%
2003 362,000 0.28%
2002 361,000 0.56%
2001 359,000 0.28%
2000 358,000 0.28%
1999 357,000 0.28%
1998 356,000 0.28%
1997 355,000 0.00%
1996 355,000 2.60%
1995 346,000 8.81%
1994 318,000 9.28%
1993 291,000 8.99%
1992 267,000 8.98%
1991 245,000 8.89%
1990 225,000 9.22%
1989 206,000 8.99%
1988 189,000 9.25%
1987 173,000 8.81%
1986 159,000 7.43%
1985 148,000 2.07%
1984 145,000 2.11%
1983 142,000 2.16%
1982 139,000 2.21%
1981 136,000 2.26%
1980 133,000 2.31%
1979 130,000 1.56%
1978 128,000 2.40%
1977 125,000 1.63%
1976 123,000 2.50%
1975 120,000 4.35%
1974 115,000 5.50%
1973 109,000 3.81%
1972 105,000 5.00%
1971 100,000 4.17%
1970 96,000 5.49%
1969 91,000 4.60%
1968 87,000 4.82%
1967 83,000 3.75%
1966 80,000 5.26%
1965 76,000 4.11%
1964 73,000 4.29%
1963 70,000 6.06%
1962 66,000 4.76%
1961 63,000 3.28%
1960 61,000 5.17%
1959 58,000 5.45%
1958 55,000 3.77%
1957 53,000 3.92%
1956 51,000 6.25%
1955 48,000 4.35%
1954 46,000 4.55%
1953 44,000 4.76%
1952 42,000 5.00%
1951 40,000 2.56%
1950 39,000 0.00%