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Peruvian migration to Japan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peruvians in Japan
Peruanos en Japón
在日ペルー人
Zainichi Perūjin
Total population
60,000-201,000[1]
Regions with significant populations
Greater Tokyo Area, Chūkyō Metropolitan Area (near Nagoya)[2]
Related ethnic groups
Peruvians, Japanese Argentines, Japanese Uruguayans, Japanese Brazilians

There are an estimated 60,000 Peruvians in Japan as of 2016. The majority of them are descendants of earlier Japanese immigrants to Peru who have repatriated to Japan.[3]

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Migration history

In 1990, Japan introduced a new ethnicity-based immigration policy which aimed to encourage Japanese descendants overseas to come to Japan and fill the country's need for foreign workers.[3] From 1992 to 1997, data from Peru's Ministry of the Interior showed Japan as the fourteenth-most popular destination for Peruvian emigrants, behind the Netherlands and ahead of Costa Rica.[4]

Media

  • International Press (newspaper)
  • IPC (television station)

Education

There are the following Peruvian international schools (ペルー学校) in Japan:

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Peruvian in Japan". Retrieved 2018-08-03.
  2. ^ Aquino Rodríguez 1999, p. 7
  3. ^ a b Takenaka 2003, p. 223
  4. ^ Aquino Rodríguez 1999, p. 3

References

Further reading

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