About 2018 "Yokohama Citizens' Association Celebrating the 110th Anniversary of Brazilian Japanese Immigrants"

"Brazil solidário Yokohama" is an organization that was established to connect the activities of the " Yokohama Citizens' Association to Celebrate the 110th Anniversary of Japanese Immigrants to Brazil ". Introducing the activities of its predecessor, the Yokohama Citizens' Association, which celebrates the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil .

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The commemorative event to celebrate the 110th anniversary has ended, but everyone who cooperated for this purpose

For the next new activity, valuing the desire to connect with Brazil and Japanese society and wish for friendship

Let's connect

Group name: Yokohama Citizens' Association to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil

Number of members: Approximately 50

Location: 314 Daimura-cho, Midori-ku, Yokohama 226-0014 1st Akimoto Building 2F

Tatsuya Saito in Nakayama office

Representative: Representative: Masahiro Kobayashi Deputy Representative: Makiko Nakajima Advisor: Tatsuya Saito

Advisor to Brazil: Tamiko Hosokawa

Business name: VIVA! 110 de Yokohama (Celebrating everyone in Yokohama 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil)

Purpose: Celebrating the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants in Brazil from Yokohama, which sent many immigrants, and thinking about the 1.9 million Japanese Brazilians, and the friendship between Japan and Brazil located on both sides of the globe. It will be an opportunity to engrave cooperation in mind.

Enrollment: There are no special enrollment qualifications. Those who like Minatomachi Yokohama, which is open to the world, and who value ties with Japanese Americans overseas, including Brazil, are welcome. There are no admission fees or membership fees. If you would like to participate, are interested in it, or have any questions, please let us know by inquiring about this website.

Illustration of one of the members, Punip cruises, who continues to draw pictures of ships based in Yokohama. It is an image that Kasato Maru, who sailed to Brazil with 781 Japanese in 1908, returned to Minatomirai after 110 years.

 

Background of the project: Yokohama was the starting point for many Japanese to move to South America, centered on Brazil, on immigrant ships such as the Zenchina Maru and Santos Maru, which are with Kobe. There is a strong connection with. From the current Sakuragicho station to Osanbashi, there are nearly 20 "immigrant inns" where migrants and returnees stay at the peak, and some of the migrants feel that Yokohama is their second home. Not a few.

Against this background, in November 2015, Yokohama City signed a memorandum of understanding for intercity cooperation with Santos City, one of the terminal ports of immigrant vessels and the largest port city in Brazil. In addition, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has consistently been responsible for the migration projects recommended by the postwar government, such as setting up an overseas migration center in Negishi, Yokohama and sending migrants from Yokohama Port. Now that the migration project is over, we have set up a migration museum in Minato Mirai's JICA Yokohama to widely convey the history of migration, the appearance of immigrants, and the state of Japanese-Americans overseas today.

What does a business do? : 2018 marks the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigration to Brazil, so to celebrate this memorable year in Yokohama, we love Brazil, respect Nikkei, love samba, a distant and near country. Citizens of various motives (not only Yokohama), such as wanting to get along with Brazil, will gather to hold a commemorative event on Sunday, November 11th.

Let's work together to create a lively and fun commemorative event that will reach Brazilian Nikkei on the other side of the globe. Those who can help us with anything, those who can liven up, are welcome!

 

Request for sponsorship

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Request for support for "VIVA110! Celebrate the 110th Anniversary of Brazilian Immigrants in Yokohama"

We would like to thank you for your continued prosperity.
110 years after the first immigrant ship "Kasato Maru" to Brazil in South America arrived at the port of Santos, Brazil from Kobe with 781 people, many Japanese people moved to Brazil from the port of Yokohama, and now the Japanese society is 190. There are 10,000 people. Many Nikkei people feel that Yokohama is their second home, and in November 2015, Yokohama City signed a memorandum of understanding with the city of Santos, Brazil's largest port city.

Now, to celebrate the 110th anniversary of immigration from Yokohama to Brazil at the citizen level, we would like to strengthen our ties with 1.9 million Nikkei, and we are preparing the following commemorative event.
Volunteer-based gatherings and activities began to celebrate this memorable 110th anniversary, centered on Yokohama citizens who value ties with Japanese Americans in Brazil and Latin America. In order to let as many citizens as possible know the existence and activities of Japanese Americans including Brazil and their history, the following is held at the JICA Yokohama Center, an international cooperation organization with an overseas migration museum. We are planning to hold a commemorative event, a painting exhibition of immigrant ships, and a photo exhibition in Brazil.
Therefore, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the support of your company, which is active mainly in Yokohama, and we appreciate your cooperation.

October, 2018 Yoshiday

Masahiro Kobayashi, Advisor, Tatsuya Saito, Representative of Yokohama Citizens' Association, Celebrating the 110th Anniversary of Japanese Immigrants to Brazil

Record

1. Date and time and place 1) Stage show: Sunday, November 11, 2018 from 14:00 to 17:00 JICA Yokohama Gymnasium 2) Painting exhibition and photo exhibition: Saturday, November 3, 2018 to November 2018 From 10:00 to 17:30 until Sunday, 18th JICA Yokohama Lobby

2. Purpose: Celebrate the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants in Brazil from Yokohama, which sent many immigrants, and think of the 1.9 million Brazilian Nikkei, and promote friendship and cooperation between Japan and Brazil, which are located on both sides of the globe. Make it an opportunity to engrave in your heart.

3. Business Description Commemorative Stage Show: Samba dance, Brazilian music, traditional martial arts capoeira, samba class, etc. will be held free of charge at the JICA Yokohama Center Gymnasium from 14:00 to 17:00 on Sunday, November 11.

Immigrant Ship Painting Exhibition: "Immigrant Ships Crossing the Sea" Illustration: PUNIP cruises Tatsumi Nakamura November 3-18 (JICA Yokohama Lobby)

Brazil Photo Exhibition: "The Real Face of Brazil, a Country Far and Near" Photo: Miki Fukumoto November 3-18 (JICA Yokohama Lobby)

4. How to sponsor / how to apply for donations
30,000 yen / unit

5. Delivery method Bank of Yokohama Kannai Branch Account number 310-6070202
Account name: Please transfer to the Yokohama Civic Yacht Association (Brazil Nihon Imin Hiyakuji Yutsushi Yunen Oiwau Yokohama Shimin Nokai), which celebrates the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil, or contact us if you would like to collect money.

6. Contact point Yokohama Citizens' Association to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil Location: 314 Daimura-cho, Midori-ku, Yokohama 226-0014, 2nd floor, Tatsuya Saito, Representative of Yokohama City Council Office Masahiro Kobayashi (090-8030-1002) Advisor Tatsuya Saito (090-8807-8157)

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