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What were reasons for Japanese immigration to the US?


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Answered 2009-11-03 13:51:00

The Japanese immigrated to America for a couple reasons.

  • it was getting crowded in Japan
  • there was no political freedom in japan
  • more land to farm in America
  • better paying job opportunities
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