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Tradiciones vigentes de la colectividad peruano japonesa

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Ohigan

Celebrando el Ohigan la comunidad peruano japonesa de Lima suele viajar a Cañete, ubicado a 150 km., donde yacen los restos de un gran número de los primeros inmigrantes japoneses. En la foto la rev. Aurora Jisen Oshiro explica sobre la fecha a los asistentes frente a un mausoleo. Imagen tomada el 15 de marzo del 2009.

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