One of the largest foreign colonies in Brazil is formed by the japanese. They have?
Several shots of Brazilian and japanese flags. Plane landing, Prince Mikasa emerging from same, together with the princess., Brass band playing national hymns, Prince Mikasa shaking hands with Ambassador MACEDO SOARES, Brazil's foreign minister, passing formed troups japanese shakehands, several shots of the guests car leaving the airport. Final shot is of little jap. girl in typical dress, to be cut in before the arrival of the plane. -.-.-.-.-.-
Press interview was at the Brazilian Press Association's building, which is shown in long shot. Several shots of the interview give an idea of the interest of brazilian press in the Price's arrival. -.-.-.-.-.-
Official reception at ITAMARATY PALACE, first shot is of Prince and Amab. Macedo Soares talking through an interpreter. - Macedo Soares was condecorated w/ the order of the RISING SUN, highest jap. imperial condecoration. - Long shot of internal palace area, Pres. Kubitshek walking w/ the princess, the Prince walking w/ MMe. Kubitschek. Handshakes, both oriental and occidental style. Shots of the sh??? presented to the visitor.
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Background: One of the largest foreign colonies in Brazil is formed by the japanese. They have and still are playing a great part in Brazil's agricultural development. The interior of the states of Sao Paulo and Parana, Brazil's main coffee production centres have received great benefit from japanese labour. In fact, towns can be found where 90% of the population are japanese, or "nisei", who are the ones already born in Brazil. The japanese immigration to Brazil is now 50 years old, and several festivities are planned, the first of which was the arrival at Rio, of His Imperial Highness, Prince MIKASA, who came to Brazil together with his wife, Princess Yukiro Mikasa. This story covers the arrival of the Imperial pair, the first press interview, and the official reception, given by President Kubitschek at Rio's foreign office, ITAMARATY palace.