All Stone Association Questionnaire survey on “worries about graves in old age”

All Stone Association
Questionnaire survey on “worries about graves in old age”

The only organization officially recognized by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in the stone industry, the “National Stone Products Cooperative Association (hereafter referred to as All Stone Cooperatives) (Minato-ku, Tokyo, Chairman Ryuzo Kato)” raises concerns about graves in old age from 40 people nationwide. A questionnaire survey was conducted on 613 men and women in their 60s to 60s, and a summary of the obtained answers was summarized.
[Survey result summary]
◇ The most common concerns among “grave owners” were “maintaining graves” at 42.8%, followed by “no worries about graves” at 29.4%, and “putting away graves”. That 22.7%” continues. “Relocation of graves” was 5.0%.
◇For those who have a successor, 47.4% said they have no concerns about the grave, followed by 40.8% who said they would maintain the grave.
◇For those who have no heir, 38.1% of them kept the grave and 38.1% of them put the grave away.
―Summary of questionnaire survey on “worries about graves in old age”― [Survey target] Men and women in their 40s to 60s nationwide [Survey period] October 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022
[Survey method] Internet survey
[Number of valid samples] 613 people
【Investigation result】
1. Regarding “worries about graves in old age,” the most common answer among “grave owners” was “maintaining graves” at 42.8%, followed by “concerns about graves.” No, 29.4%”, followed by “Put away graves 22.7%”. 5.0% of respondents answered that they would like to relocate their graves. On the other hand, among those who do not own a grave, more than 60% answered, “I have no worries about graves 63.4%,” and the remaining 40% said, “Prepare graves 36.6%.” ” he replied. [Image 1

2. Among those who own a grave, among those who have a successor, 47.4% said that they have no concerns about the grave, followed by 40.8% who said they would maintain the grave. continue. “Put away graves 7.9%” and “Relocate graves 3.9%” are both in the single digits. About 90% of the respondents who “have a successor” were conscious of continuing to own the grave.
On the other hand, 17.1% of those who “have no heirs” answered “I have no concerns about graves,” which is 29.7 points lower than those who “have heirs.” 38.1%, 30.2 points higher than those who have a successor, and 6.1%, 2.2 points higher than those who have a successor. It can be seen that those who “have no successors” are concerned about the maintenance of graves and are interested in concrete measures for graves.
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3. Looking at “people who own graves” by age group, those in their 40s and 60s who “have no heirs” tend to “maintain the grave”, while those in their 50s “put the grave away”. Among those who “have a successor”, those in their 40s and 50s answered “maintaining the grave”, while those in their 60s answered “no worries about the grave”.
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People who do not have an heir are more interested in storing the grave in their 50s when they take over the grave from their parents. Interest in the maintenance of graves is turned, and in the 60s, the succession of graves becomes more concrete, such as the children who are considered to be successors becoming independent. mosquito. “summary”
In this questionnaire, we conducted a survey on the theme of “worries about graves in old age.” We found that people who own graves have different attitudes depending on whether there is a successor or not, and by age. In particular, it turns out that people who have no heirs are worried about whether they should continue to maintain the graves or put them away. It was a questionnaire survey that could be read that people in their 50s began to be clearly aware of the grave closing.
Regarding the issue of graves after retirement, I think that the future will be determined by various factors such as the manager’s health condition, family structure, economics, and values. All Stone Association will continue to strive to provide memorial service culture and accurate cemetery and tombstone information so that we can meet the diverse needs of graves that correspond to the lifestyles of individuals and families.
◆ What is the “National Stone Products Cooperative Association” (Zenishikyo)? The National Stone Products Cooperative Association (Zenshikyo) is a group of stone manufacturers and affiliated companies from 47 prefectures nationwide. It is an organization aiming for accurate response and sound development of the stone industry. In order to protect the memorial service culture that the Japanese have cherished, the National Stone Products Cooperative will provide consumers with accurate information and aim for the sound development of the stone industry.
[Trade name] National Stone Products Cooperative Association (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry approval 2012004 Information No. 5) [Establishment] November 22, 2012
[Location] 5th floor, 2-9-14 Shibadaimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
[Management site] Everyone’s grave https://minnanoohaka.com/ Details about this release:
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