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Irish people in Japan

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Irish people in Japan

Irish people in Japan
Total population
1,061 (2010, Japan MOFA)[1]
2,000 (2011, Irish consulate)[2]
Regions with significant populations
Tokyo, Osaka
Languages
Irish · English · Japanese
Related ethnic groups
Irish people

There is a small community of Irish people in Japan, estimated to constitute 1,000-2,000 people.[3][4]

Notable people

References

  1. ^ 各国・地域情勢:アイルランド
  2. ^ Consular support for Irish with relatives in Japan
  3. ^ 各国・地域情勢:アイルランド
  4. ^ Consular support for Irish with relatives in Japan
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