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Japanese fowk
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Tot population
c. 130 million
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Japan   127 million
Significant Japanese diaspora in:
 Brazil1,600,000[1][2]
 Unitit States1,304,286[3]
 Cheenae (PRC)140,134[4]note
 Philippines120,000[5][6]
 Canadae109,740[7]
 Peru100,000[8]
 Australie71,013[9]
 Unitit Kinrick63,017[10]
 Thailand45,805[9]note
 Germany36,960[9]note
 Argentinae34,711
 Fraunce30,947[9]note
 Sooth Korea28,320[9]note
 Mexico28,100[11]
 Singapore23,000[12]
 Malaysie22,000[13]
 Hong Kong21,297[4]
 Taiwan (ROC)20,373[9]
 Micronesie20,000[14]
 Bolivie14,000[15]
 New Zealand13,447[9]note
 Italy12,156[9]note
 Indonesie11,263[9]
 Vietnam9,468
 Ecuador5,000-10,000
  Swisserland8,499[9]note
 New Caledon8,000[16]
 Spain7,046[9]note
 Paraguay7,000[17]
 Netherlands6,616[9]
 Belgium6,519[9]
 Marshall Islands6,000[18]
 India5,554[19]
 Palau5,000[20]
 Macau4,200[21]
 Uruguay3,456[22] note
Leids
Japanese, Portuguese, Inglis
Releegion
Predominantly Mahayana (Buddhism in Japan), Shinto an Non-religion
Minority Japanese new releegions, ither releegions[23][24][25]

^ note: The population o naturalisit Japanese fowk an their stryndants is unkent. Anerly the nummer o the permanent residents wi Japanese naitionality is shown.

The Japanese fowk (, Nihonjin) are an ethnic group native tae Japan.[26][27][28][29][30] The Japanese fowk mak up 98.5% o the total population o their kintra.[31] Warldwide, approximately 130 million fowk are of Japanese strynd; o these, approximately 127 million are residents o Japan. Fowk o Japanese ancestry wha live in ither kintras are referred tae as the Japanese diaspora (日系人, Nikkeijin). The term ethnic Japanese mey forbye be uised in some contexts tae refer tae a locus o ethnic groups includin the Yamato (the dominant ethnic group, comprisin ower 120 million), Ainu, an Ryukyuan fowk.

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  30. "日本民族という意味で、文化を基準に人間を分類したときのグループである。また、文化のなかで言語はとくに重要なので、日本民族は日本語を母語としてもちいる人々とほぼ考えてよい。" ("日本人". エンカルタ. Microsoft. )
  31. CIA World Factbook Retrieved on 11 June 2012.

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