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ANCHOR: This week marks a century after the first Japanese immigrants landed in Brazil. And on the streets of Sao Paulo they are already celebrating. Let's take a look. STORY: The influence of the Japanese culture is clearly seen and felt in the streets of the Brazilian business capital. The city's downtown district of Liberdade is like a slice of Tokyo. Soba noodle and sushi restaurants vie with karaoke bars and supermarkets selling sticky natto beans and soy sauce. Celebrations started at th

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