There is a community of Japanese people in Germany, consisting mainly of expatriates from Japan as well as German citizens of Japanese descent. In 1932 Berlin was the home of about 20% of all of the Japanese people in Europe and Germany had become a centre for Japanese people sent by the Japanese Ministry of Education to study in Europe. At the time of the 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor about 300 Japanese people lived in Berlin. Around that time fewer than 200 Japanese women and children previously in Germany returned to Japan by ship. They boarded the Yasukunimaru, a ship operated by NYK Line, in Hamburg.

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  • 日系ドイツ人(にっけいドイツじん、ドイツ語: Japanisch Deutsch)とは日本人の血を引いたドイツの市民である。2009年現在、在留日本人は36,960人、そのうち永住者は8,141人でありヨーロッパ内ではイギリスに次ぐ規模である。在留邦人の大部分は、留学生や日本企業の駐在員などの一時滞在者であるが、ドイツ国籍を取得して「日系ドイツ人」となり、ドイツや日本で活躍する人も増えている。 (ja)
  • There is a community of Japanese people in Germany, consisting mainly of expatriates from Japan as well as German citizens of Japanese descent. In 1932 Berlin was the home of about 20% of all of the Japanese people in Europe and Germany had become a centre for Japanese people sent by the Japanese Ministry of Education to study in Europe. At the time of the 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor about 300 Japanese people lived in Berlin. Around that time fewer than 200 Japanese women and children previously in Germany returned to Japan by ship. They boarded the Yasukunimaru, a ship operated by NYK Line, in Hamburg. In 1985 there were about 16,500 Japanese persons living in West Germany. The largest group, making up about 6,000, resided in Düsseldorf, and there were other Japanese communities in Berlin and Hamburg. (en)
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  • 日系ドイツ人(にっけいドイツじん、ドイツ語: Japanisch Deutsch)とは日本人の血を引いたドイツの市民である。2009年現在、在留日本人は36,960人、そのうち永住者は8,141人でありヨーロッパ内ではイギリスに次ぐ規模である。在留邦人の大部分は、留学生や日本企業の駐在員などの一時滞在者であるが、ドイツ国籍を取得して「日系ドイツ人」となり、ドイツや日本で活躍する人も増えている。 (ja)
  • There is a community of Japanese people in Germany, consisting mainly of expatriates from Japan as well as German citizens of Japanese descent. In 1932 Berlin was the home of about 20% of all of the Japanese people in Europe and Germany had become a centre for Japanese people sent by the Japanese Ministry of Education to study in Europe. At the time of the 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor about 300 Japanese people lived in Berlin. Around that time fewer than 200 Japanese women and children previously in Germany returned to Japan by ship. They boarded the Yasukunimaru, a ship operated by NYK Line, in Hamburg. (en)
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