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Household expenditure on bamboo shoots in Japan: Drop in 2016

In comparison with 2015 household expenditure on bamboo shoots declined negligibly by 2.88 percent, new figures from Japan National Statistical Office show. Household expenditure on bamboo shoots slightly went down by 19 Japanese Yen, in contrast to the previous year when it went up by 7.32 percent. Japan saw a drop of 21.35% in household expenditure on bamboo shoots over the past 14 years. Likewise, the household expenditure on bamboo shoots is now below average of 701.93 Japanese Yen and the variable demonstrates a slight overall diminution since the 2003. It attained its all-time high of 822 Japanese Yen in 2004 and record low of 615 Japanese Yen in 2014.

Household expenditure on bamboo shoots in Japan: Drop in 2016
Date Japanese Yen Variation
2016 641.00 -2.88
2015 660.00 7.32
2014 615.00 =
2013 615.00 -3.61
2012 638.00 -0.16
2011 639.00 -1.69
2010 650.00 -0.91
2009 656.00 -10.26
2008 731.00 -6.64
2007 783.00 1.42