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Hapa, Half, Part & Mixed Japanese Celebrities, Singers, Actors, Models, Athletes... ハーフ芸能人・日系人・日本人

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01. Elesia Iimura (Australia)

Elesia says she is "half Australian & Japanese."

http://goo.gl/2iE72e

02. Elle McLemore (US)

"Im irish and a quarter japanese!! RT @Kellysportraits: @ElleMcLemore what is your nationality"

http://goo.gl/ZPeqgC

03. Kytami (Canada)

04. Louisa Krause (US)

"Louisa Krause: Yes, I knew I was put on this earth to do this. Oh man, let's see, I got my start, I grew up in the arts and my parents really supported the arts. I danced, I grew up dancing. I'm actually, we are a quarter Okinawan. My dad is half Japanese and that island over there dances. And also, their such nice people, like they're just so jolly and happy -- I feel like having that in my blood has really helped in this career. I just feel like having Okinawan Island blood in me has somehow helped in my career. I don't know how, but I know it has. That's so funny."

http://wp.me/pfgJJ-8mE

05. Yanna Lavigne (Brazil)

06. Kenya Mori (Mexico) - Bárbara Mori's older sister

07. Kintaró Mori (Uruguay) - Bárbara Mori's younger brother

08. Mila J (US) - Jhené Aiko's older sister

09. Booboo Stewart (US)

10. Fivel Stewart (US)

11. Tori Nonaka (US)

12. Hayley Kiyoko (US)

13. Romi Dames (US)

14. Mizuo Peck (US)

15. Ryan Potter (US)

16. Austin St. John (US)

17. Reiko Aylesworth (US)

18. Eleanor Matsuura (UK)

19. Meiling Melançon (US)

20. Mia Korf (US)

21. Merle Dandridge (US)

22. Brian Tee (US)

23. Mark Dacascos (US)

24. Richard Kim (US)

25. Rickie Fowler (US)

26. Tamiko Jones (US)

27. Nic Endo (US/Germany)

28. Natalia Inoue (Brazil)

29. Ayako Hamada (Mexico)

30. Xóchitl Hamada (Mexico)

31. Anne Akiko Meyers (US)

32. Kyle Larson (US)

33. Lisa Marie Scott (US)

34. Shane Victorino (US)

35. Rumi Neely (US)

36. Jun Märkl (Germany)

37. Corey Nakatani (US)

38. Arabella Steinbacher (Germany)

39. Alex Goyette (US)

40. Freddy Kempf (UK)

41. Yu Darvish (Japan)

42. Alice Sara Ott (Germany)

43. Pedro Ken (Brazil)

44. Umi Garrett (US)

45. Aria Jasuru Hasegawa (Japan)

46. Roxana Saberi (US)

47. Yumi Stynes (Australia)

48. Tando Velaphi (Australia)

49. Nadia Azzi (US)

50. Allam Khodair (Brazil)

51. Jon Kimura Parker (Canada)

52. Geovanna Tominaga (Brazil)

53. Mariko Peters (Holland)

54. Chinzô Machida (Brazil) - Lyoto Machida's older brother

55. Luis Nishizawa (Mexico)

56. Toby Imada (US)

57. Carlos Ominami (Chile)

58. Yasubey Enomoto (Switzerland)

59. Felipe Enomoto (Switzerland)

60. Irina Khakamada (Russia)

61. Stefan Ishizaki (Sweden)

62. Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr. (US) - Commander of the United States Pacific Fleet

63. Jan Jeffcoat (US)

64. Björgólfur Takefusa (Iceland)

65. Kimiko Ishizaka (Germany)

66. Devin Setoguchi (Canada)

67. Kristina McMorris (US)

68. Clarissa Chun (US)

69. Charles J. Pedersen (US) - 1987 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry

70. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (US)

71. Robert Cullen (Japan)

72. Mari Vartmann (Germany)

73. Andrea Fujii (US)

74. Yuki Stalph (Germany)

75. Úrsula Murayama (Mexico)

76. Kaio (Brazil)

77. Jeni Fujita (US) 1:22:40 1/2 Japanese singer

78. Jun Marques Davidson (Japan) 1:23:05 1/2 Japanese footballer

79. Darwin Barney (US) 1:23:35 1/4 Japanese, 1/4 Korean, 1/2 Hawaiian major league baseball player

80. Paul Kariya (Canada) 1:24:06 1/2 Japanese, 1/2 Scottish ex-NHL ice hockey player

81. Lynne Hutchison (UK) 1:24:47 1/2 Japanese rhythmic gymnast

82. Corey Gaines (US) 1:25:19 1/2 Japanese, 1/2 black ex-NBA basketball player & ex-WNBA head coach

83. Kayne Vincent (New Zealand) 1:25:54 1/2 Japanese, 1/2 Kiwi footballer

84. Dr. Jokichi "Joe" Takamine III (US) (1924-2013) 1:26:18 1/4 Japanese physician; grandson of Japanese-born chemist Jokichi Takamine (1854-1922).

Member of the Japanese diaspora are nikkei (日系), or nikkeijin (日系人) - Japanese emigrants & their descendants. Since the end of World War II, Japan has sent few emigrants to other lands. The young nikkei in North, Central & South America are mostly 4th, 5th, 6th & higher generations. The majorities of these young persons are only part Japanese.

Using data from the 2000 US Census (http://goo.gl/QlNIqe), 30.7% of all people in the US who reported Japanese ancestry in 2000 were mixed.

Using data from the 2010 US Census (http://iurl.no/zyiy6), 41.5% of all people in the US who reported Japanese ancestry in 2010 were mixed.

The 2020 US Census will likely show that over 50% of all people in the US who report Japanese ancestry in 2020 will be mixed.

The number of individuals of full Japanese ancestry in the US FELL from 796,700 in 2000 to 763,325 in 2010, likely due to elderly deaths.

Percentages of people of Japanese descent in Brazil who were mixed by generation in 1987 (http://goo.gl/quin7o):

1st - 0%
2nd - 6%
3rd - 42%
4th - 61%

The intermarriage rate among people of Japanese descent in Canada (http://goo.gl/6bB5Nr) surpasses 95%.

The people in these videos represent the future - if not already the present - of the Japanese diaspora. Show less
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