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Praca Tomi Nakagawa
Brazil

Tomi Nakagawa Square inaugurated in 2008 to celebrate the IMIN 100 (celebrations over the 100 years of Japanese immigration to Brazil) with the presence of the Crown Prince of Japan, Naruhito. The square is in the most decayed part of Downtown.

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