Has the capital's course been restored to the international financial city during the era of revolt?
The Heisei period has come to an end and finally begins to be a real age. With the super-aging society approaching, about 10% of the population and about 20% of gross domestic product (GDP) and capital growth, Tokyo, where people, goods and money come together, have a major impact on the future of Japan. There is no doubt that give. What kind of change will the capital, in which the governor Kouriko Yuriko defend the "new evolution as a mature city", reach a new era? Population imminent decline of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020 in July. In order to get to know the tournament, the city is promoting without barriers everywhere. In addition, the goal is to increase the number of foreign tourists visiting Tokyo, which was about 13.77 million in 2017, to 25 million next year when the event is held. The capital, which is a national event that attracts attention from inside and outside the country, should develop further, but will be a great turning point after the Games. The total population in Tokyo will reach the peak in about 7 (2025) and will reach about 14 million, and it is predicted that the decline will start thereafter. It will decline to about 12.7 million people in 32 (2050) years, and the proportion of people 65 and older, who represents more than 20% of the total population in Tokyo, is now more than 30%. As the population decline and the progress of super-aging, how to improve international competitiveness will be the theme of the capital. Tokyo to win "Kan Tokyo" Aim at "Kan Tokyo to win" now, in order to revive itself as the main financial base of Asia, we have established the concept of "international financial city." Cities like Singapore, Shanghai, China, Hong Kong …[ad_2]