This category includes people related to Japan. Most of the people listed in this category are of Japanese ethnicity, but the category may also contain people that are not ethnic Japanese, but are primarily known through their actions in Japan. A sorted list can also be found at the List of Japanese people .
The Japanese Wikipedia is Japan-centered, due to the fact that the overwhelming majority of users are Japanese people, nearly all living in Japan. When referring to places outside Japan they are often called "overseas", and references to Japanese perspective on articles are common.
Notable people [ edit] Arata Izumi (和泉新) - Indian national football player (Originally from Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan) Ashok Sukumaran - Japanese-born Indian contemporary artist (Originally from Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan) Surai Sasai (佐々井秀嶺) - Japanese-born Indian Buddhist bhikkhu (monk) ...
The 2002 Russian census showed 835 people claiming Japanese ethnicity (nationality). 2008 figures from Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs state that 1,607 Japanese nationals reside in Russia. Education. The Japanese School in Moscow is a Japanese international day school in Moscow. There ...
There are an estimated 2,000 people of Japanese descent in the Madrid area, most of them working for Japanese firms. The peak number of the Japanese population in Las Palmas registered with the Japanese consulate there was 365 people in 1977.
There is a large community of Japanese people in Singapore (在シンガポール日本人, Zai Shingapōru Nihonjin), consisting mostly of corporate employees and their families. The first Japanese person to settle in Singapore was Yamamoto Otokichi, who arrived in 1862.
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