We summarized the relationship between physical activity and the amount of exercise according to the responses to a self-evaluation questionnaire by local residents (both men and women) in a cross-sectional study. The 65-79-year age group exercised more compared with the 35-64-year age group. The 35-64-year age group also felt the lack of exercise in their daily lives. Self-evaluation was positively corrected to the actual amount of physical activity. These correlations were found both in men and women.