In 1860, the first official Japanese delegation to US arrived in San Francisco
In 2014, the Governor of California, Jerry Brown, signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Japanese ambassador, Kenichiro Sasae. The specific areas in which they agreed to cooperate included climate change, high-speed rail, renewable energy and zero-emission vehicles.
California has been the primary focus of Japanese investment in the USA. In 1987, about 32000 Japanese manufacturing workers were located in California. In the early 1990s, Japanese banks were making about 35% of all commercial and industrial loans in California.
449,858 including partial ancestry
|Regions with significant populations|
|Southern California, especially Los Angeles County and Orange County.|
Japanese Californians (日系カリフォルニア人 Nikkei Kariforuniajin) are Californian Japanese Americans who are fully or partially of Japanese descent, especially those who identify with that ancestry, along with their cultural characteristics. Japanese Californians were among the largest Asian American communities in California with the largest population, in North America, in Torrance which holds the most dense Japanese American population in the 48 contiguous states.
|Area||423,970 km2 (163,696 sq mi)||377,873 km2 (145,883 sq mi)|
|Population Density||95/km2 (246/sq mi)||337.6/km2 (874.4/sq mi)|
|Largest City||Los Angeles – 4,030,904 (13,131,431 Metro)||Tokyo – 12,790,000 (32,450,000 Metro)|
|Government||U.S. state presidential constitutional republic||Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy|
|First Head of State||Governor of Alta California Gaspar de Portolá||Emperor Jimmu (mythical)|
|Current Head of State||Governor Jerry Brown||Emperor Akihito|
|First Head of Government||Governor Peter Hardeman Burnett||Prime Minister Itō Hirobumi|
|Current Head of Government||Governor Jerry Brown||Prime Minister Shinzō Abe|
|Official languages||English (none at federal level)||None (Japanese de facto)|
|GDP (nominal)||US$16.7 trillion ($56,365 per capita)||US$5.855 trillion ($45,774 per capita)|
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- "California, Japan sign memorandum of cooperation", Rafu Shimpo, 9 September 2014
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