Yokohama Population 2018

Yokohama is a city located in Japan, and it is the capital of the Kanagawa Prefecture. The city – which is located south of Tokyo – is the second most populous in the country. This port city has a total population of over 3.7 million. With a total area of over 168 square miles, the population density of Yokohama is 22,103 people per square mile.

The population has only slightly more male residents than female residents. The largest age demographic is the 65 to 69 range. There are over 91,000 foreign residents per data recorded in November 2017. The majority of foreign residents come from China. There are also immigrants that have come from Korea, the Philippines, Nepal, Vietnam, Taiwan, Brazil, India and the US. The city’s role as a major commercial hub within the Greater Tokyo area makes it a desirable place to live. The city has seen steady population growth over the last several decades, a trend that is expected to continue in the future.

Yokohama Population in 2018Source: By akumach from Kawasaki City, Japan (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons