Japanese Brazilian style

Page, Joseph A.; Anjos, Renato Dos
January 1994
Americas;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p34
Traces the history of Japanese immigrants in Brazil and states that this group has become a dynamic force in Sao Paulo. The isolation of the early immigrants; The first Japanese contract workers in Brazil who were hired to work on coffee plantations; The rule of Getulio Vargas and restrictions on immigrant groups; More. INSET: A Gaijin's search for roots..


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