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Museum of Japanese Immigration to Brazil - Registro - Sao Paulo - Brazil
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KKKK – Kaigai Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha Museum of Japanese Immigration to Brazil - Registro - Sao Paulo - Brazil Museu da Imigração Japonesa no Brasil Registro - Vale do Ribeira - Sao Paulo - Brasil

Fotografia: Paulo Henrique Zioli (2013)

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