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Britons in Japan

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Britons in Japan

British people in Japan
Total population
Regions with significant populations
English · Japanese
Predominantly Christianity,
Buddhism · Irreligion
Related ethnic groups
British people

Britons in Japan make up one of the smaller communities in Japan.


There were 15,496 people from the United Kingdom who resided in Japan, according to the Ministry of Justice Immigration Bureau in June 2011.[1] There are 6,064 British citizens living in Tokyo.[2]

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