Brazilian city in Japan
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Brazilian city in Japan

by Ai Mizoguchi
(Tokyo, Japan)

When I was 19 years old, I went to Hamamatsu City every day. Because I failed my college entrance examinations, I had to study and go to cram school in Hamamatsu City.

I was surprised because there are so many Brazilians in Hamamatsu. Hamamatsu City has the largest Brazilian population in Japan. When I heard that, I understood this city’s atmosphere.

Samba festivals are often held on weekends. They were dancing and enjoying themselves. I think they are good at dancing to the rhythm. So if Japanese people can do like them, we can enjoy more.

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May 28, 2011
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Hamamatsu City has many Brazilians
by: Gary Wolff

That's an interesting story, Ai.

I also heard there are many Brazilians in Hamamatsu City. I think there are many factories in that part of Japan that employ them.

So happy you finally passed your college entrance exam so now you can be my student. :-)

Watch out for Typhoon #2 !

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