Andre Penner, Associated Press
An origami figure is displayed during a Japanese festival in Sao Paulo Saturday. Nearly 800 Japanese peasants landed in Brazil on June 18, 1908, spurring a wave of immigration that's grown to 1.5 million people, the largest Japanese community outside Japan.

An origami figure is displayed during a Japanese festival in Sao Paulo Saturday. Nearly 800 Japanese peasants landed in Brazil on June 18, 1908, spurring a wave of immigration that's grown to 1.5 million people, the largest Japanese community outside Japan.