Where Is The Largest Japanese Community Outside Of Japan?

The largest Japanese community outside of Japan is in Brazil. There are an estimated 1.5 million people of Japanese descent living in Brazil, which is the largest population of Japanese people living outside of Japan. The majority of these Brazilian-Japanese live in the state of Sao Paulo, where they make up approximately 3% of the city’s population.

The history of the Brazilian-Japanese community dates back to 1908 when the first group of Japanese immigrants arrived in Brazil. These immigrants were mostly young men who came to work on coffee plantations. Over the next few decades, more and more Japanese immigrants arrived in Brazil, eventually settling in other parts of the country as well. Today, there are Brazilian-Japanese communities all over Brazil, but Sao Paulo remains home to the largest concentration of them.

The Brazilian-Japanese community has made significant contributions to both countries throughout its history. In Japan, many Brazillian-Japanese have become successful businesspeople and politicians, while in Brazil they have helped to develop various industries such as agriculture and electronics manufacturing. The two countries also maintain strong economic ties;Brazil is one of Japan’s top trading partners and is home to many Japanese companies that have set up operations there

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