South America

People, Countries, and Cities

What South American city has more Japanese residents than any city outside of Japan?

Sao Paulo, Brazil, has more Japanese residents than any other city outside of Japan. Well over two million Japanese live in this urban area. The original settlers—791 farmers—traveled to Brazil from Kobe, Japan, in 1908.


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