The coming of Japanese immigrants for Brazil was motivated by interests of the two countries: Brazil needed man power to work in the coffee farms, mainly in São Paulo and the north of the Paraná, and Japan needed to alleviated to the social tension in the country, caused for its high demographic index. To obtain this, the Japanese government adopted one politics of emigration since the principle of its modernization, initiated in the age Meiji (1868). Although not to be favorable to immigration, in 1906, the governments of the Japan and the State of São Paulo had taken this process ahead the first Japanese had arrived at Brazil in 1908, on board the ship Kasato Maru. Attracted by a campaign of the Japanese government, that promised satiated and fertile land, about 190.000 they had embarked exactly in the first year, being that the peak of the emigration occurred between 1925 and 1936, in the crisis of the coffee. A minority obtained to make richness in the foreign land and to come back to the country, despite the where it has wage. Frustrated with the little income in the farmings, many Japanese they of São Paulo and had been in other states forming colonies , term to assign the Japanese descendant.
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