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Accuracy. As with any statistical data, the accuracy of such data may be questionable for various reasons: Some studies may allow subjects to self-report values. Generally speaking, self-reported height tends to be taller than its measured height, although the overestimation of height depends on the reporting subject's height, age, gender and region.


Chart showing the average height of males and females in various world countries.


Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology released 2015 data of the average weight of Japanese men. The following table shows it. Table : Average Weight of Japanese Men, 2015 Age Number of sample Weight (kg) lb Stone 20-24 1346 65.65 144.73 10.34 25-29 1393 67.00 147.71 10.55 30…


Humans come in a variety of shapes and sizes. See how the average height for men in the United States compares to average heights for men in 15 other countries. Also get tips for accurately ...


Japanese government has been recording 17 year-old men's height since 1900. The following graph and table show the trend of the average height of Japanese male students at age 17. After World War II, the average height dropped temporarily because of food shortage. Recently the average height plateaued.


Average Height for Men by Country. According to the table below, the tallest men on average are from the Netherlands, standing at 6ft (1.83m) tall. The shortest men are from Indonesia, standing at 5ft 2in (1.58m). You can sort the average height for each country in ascending or descending order.


Average Male Height Listing By Country. Netherlands is known as the top country with the tallest males at an average of 5 foot 11. The smallest countries are located in Asia with Cambodia listed as the shortest country with average male height of 5 foot 3.1.


What's the ideal height for men in Japan and the USA and does it match the average of that country? Ask Japanese went to find out. Click/tap on the top right of the screen to access the related ...


A particular genetic profile in men called Y haplotype I-M170 is correlated with height. Ecological data shows that as the frequency of this genetic profile increases in the population, the average male height in a country also increases. Studies show that there is a correlation between small stature and a longer life expectancy.


According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average age-adjusted height for American men 20 years and older is is 69.1 inches (175.4 cm), or 5 feet 9 inches tall, and the average height of an American female over 20 years of age is 63.5 inches (161.5 cm), or 5' 3.5" tall.