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“Den stora vågen” – Katsushika Hokusai, 1830

Japan has doubled its immigration

In 2013, Japan received six asylum seekers (ie: six people), but in 2014, the number doubled; Eleven asylum seekers were allowed to stay in Japan (source: TT, March 12, 2015, SvD).

If you continue in that beat, it will take only a few hundred years for Japan to get in Sweden, “in the context.
– In Japan, 127,650,000 people live, of which 98.5% are ethnic Japanese (comments from the Network’s editorial board).