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- National Archives of Japan
- Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- The National Institute for Defense Studies, Ministry of Defense
- University of the Ryukyus Library
- The Institute for Economic and Business Research Shiga University
- Hokkaido Prefectural Library
- Archives of Hokkaido
- Kobe University Library
- Research Support Office, Faculty of Economics, Oita University
- Hoover Institution, Stanford University
- Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
- The Oriental Library (Toyo Bunko)
- Japan Press Research Institute
- SeriesBurajiru Jihō
- Backed by better financial support, the Burajiru Jihō enjoyed the largest circulation among the Japanese newspapers published in Brazil. A Portuguese section was added in 1939 after all the foreign-language publications were ordered to accompany Portuguese translations. Later the Burajiru Jihō was suspended after foreign-language newspapers were banned in Brazil in 1941. The newspaper was revived in 1946 but eventually closed down in 1952 amid an escalated feud in the Japanese Brazilian community over disbelief of Japanese defeat in WWII.
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