Japanese Caribbean

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Japanese Caribbean
Regions with significant populations
 Dominican Republic 1, 673[1]
 Cuba 1,100[2]
Languages
Spanish  · English  · Japanese
Religion
Buddhism · Shinto · Roman Catholicism
Related ethnic groups
Japanese Colombian  · Japanese Mexican

Figures above are Ministry of Foreign Affairs estimates of the number of local citizens of Japanese descent, and do not include Japanese expatriates.

Japanese Caribbeans are people of Japanese ethnic origin living in the Caribbean. There are small but significant populations of Japanese people and their descendants living in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands.

Sub-groups[edit]

Caribbean Islands:

Mainland Caribbean:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ キューバ共和国基礎データ [Cuba basic data], Japan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, October 2013, retrieved 2014-10-03 
  2. ^ ドミニカ共和国基礎データ [Dominican Republic basic data], Japan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, October 2013, retrieved 2014-10-03 

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