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Japanese Brazilians


Japanese Brazilians are Brazilian citizens who are nationals or naturals of Japanese ancestry, or Japanese ...

Japonêsです: Why There Are So Many Japanese People in Brazil ...


Nov 8, 2011 ... If you live in South America and love Japan, then a visit to the Land of the Rising Sun might be closer than you think. Well, kind of. Brazil is not ...

Mixing sushi and samba - meet the Japanese Brazilians - CNN.com


Jun 11, 2013 ... Blending of cultures – Japanese descendants perform a traditional dance during the Ethnic Dance festival in Curitiba, Brazil. The country is ...

How is it to be a Japanese Brazilian in Brazil? - Quora


I'm not a Japanese Brazilian, but since I live in São Paulo (home of the largest Japanese diaspora in the world) and have multiple Asian Brazilian friends (m...

Made in Japan , a Brazilian publication about Nikkei (Japanese and descendants) life, reports that first impressions of the Japanese immigrants were recorded in a notebook by J. Amâncio Sobral, a Brazilian immigration inspector. According to data from the Museum of Jap... More »
By Patricia Ribeiro, About.com Guide

6 Biggest Japanese Communities Outside Japan - Japan Talk


Sep 7, 2012 ... Japan and Brazil have a long history of cultural and economic exchange. Today, Brazil has the largest Japanese community outside of Japan.

Japanese Brazilians celebrate mixed heritage - Al Jazeera English


Jun 17, 2014 ... Nearly 1.5 million Japanese descendants live in Brazil, and two-thirds of those live in Sao Paulo state.

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Jun 18, 2008 ... This week marks a century after the first Japanese immigrants landed in Brazil. And on the streets of Sao Paulo they are already celebrating.

BBC NEWS | Americas | Lasting legacy of Brazil's Japanese


Jun 17, 2008 ... A hundred years after the first Japanese immigrants arrived in Brazil, the country reflects on an anniversary that has left a significant legacy.

Japan, Brazil mark a century of settlement, family ties | The Japan ...


Jan 15, 2008 ... This year marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of a Japanese migration to Brazil. In 1908, hundreds of farmers moved to the South ...

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Q: Why are there Japanese in Brazil?
A: Brazil signed a treaty with Japan in 1907 which allowed for easy immigration for Japanese to Brazil in search of work. Brazil needed cheap labor because origina... Read More »
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Q: Why are there so many japanese in brazil?
A: Workforce. Japanese farmers were sent there to work the plantations in the early 1900s. History of exchange between Brazil and Japan. Enjoy. Read More »
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Q: What fueled Japanese migration to Brazil?
A: World WarII enforced them to move to Brazil, at first there was a culture shock there and then they wanted to move back to japan. But the brazilian farmers want... Read More »
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Q: Why is there a large Japanese population in Brazil.
A: The Japanese started migrating to Brazil with the intention of staying only long enough to start a new life and they now etc. The Japanese started migrating to ... Read More »
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Q: Is there a Japanese army base in Brazil?
A: No Japanese army bases were found in Brazil. However there is a US army ... Read More »
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