About the Museum
The Historical Museum of Japanese Immigration in Brazil (Museu Histórico da Imigração Japonesa no Brasil) of the Brazilian Society of Japanese Culture and Social Assistance, is the largest museum on Japanese immigration. It has a collection of more than 97,000 items belonging to Japanese immigrants, such as various documents, photos, newspapers, microfilms, books, magazines, films, videos, LP records, paintings, household and work utensils and kimonos which show the history of these immigrants here in Brazil. The Museum is located in the Liberdade neighborhood, within the building of the Brazilian Society of Japanese Culture and Social Assistance, at Rua São Joaquim, 381, occupying the 7th, 8th and 9th floors.
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