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The average age of first-time mothers giving birth in Japan went over 30 for the first time.
In 1975, the average age of first-time mothers was 25.7 years old. In 2010, it was 29.9.
In 2011, that climbed to 30.1 in 2011.
Source: Yomiuri Shinbun
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