The largest Japanese population outside of Japan is in Brazil

Japanese immigration to Brazil began in 1908. At first, Japanese immigrants were resigned to low paid farming jobs. With each generation, the Japanese have improved their lives in Brazil.

In recent years, Japanese culture is wildly popular in Brazil. Each year, there are dozens of Japanese festivals held all over Brazil (e.g. Bon Festival in São Paulo).

Brazil now has a Japanese population of about 1,500,000 people.

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