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Japan and Florida have maintained strong and mutually beneficial economic relationships for a long time. Through trade, scientific research investment, and cultural exchange, the people of Japan and Florida have been striving for many years to understand different cultures and strengthen relationships.
With a population of 22 million (third largest in the United States), Florida’s economy is home to a large number of Japanese companies. These companies have found Florida to be a convenient base for expanding into the southeastern United States and into the Latin America and Caribbean region, where more than 500 million people live. These economic connections are built on state-of-the-art communication network infrastructure and low communication costs.
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Florida has a Sister-State Agreement with Wakayama Prefecture, as well as 10 Sister-City partnerships with Fujisawa, Gero, Imabari, Kagoshima, Kami, Miyazu, Nagano, Takamatsu, Urayasu and Moerenuma Park in Sapporo City. There are officially registered Saturday Japanese schools located in Miami, Jacksonville, and Orlando, primarily for elementary and junior high school level, as well as a number of Japanese language classes and clubs.
SelectFlorida – Japan Office
INAC Bldg. 4F
Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032