Japan’s population has dropped for the fourth year in a row, bringing it to a low not seen since 2000.
There were just more than 127 million people living in Japan as of last Oct. 1, which marked a decrease of 215,000 people compared to one year earlier, according to newly released government data reported by The Guardian.
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