HOME > Columns > History of Japanese Immigrants in Central & South Americas

History of Japanese Immigrants in Central & South Americas

Here are videos on "History of Japanese Immigrants in Central & South Americas". (Recommended broadband connection & high-definition display)

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Bolivia

Peru

Brazil

Argentina

Information

Click the image to start. If you click a button on the bottom-right corner on the YouTube player, you will enjoy full-screen display.

Makio Okabe, Umi Wo Watatta Nihonjin (=The Japanese across the oceans), Yamakawa, 2002