1 image. Japanese Brazilians visit Japan for first time in 40 years or more, 26 March 1956. Leaving for Tokyo. (Handout).; Supplementary material reads: "From news bureau. Pan American World Airways. Raw neg. - Pls. develop. Photo caption: Ten centuries take wings! Twenty-six Japanese Brazilian coffee plantation owners, accompanied by their families, are shown prior to departing via Pan American Clipper for Tokyo. For all this will mark their first visit to Japan in approximately 40 years. While the adults are still Japanese subjects, four children, ranging from 5 months to 12 years, are now Brazilian citizens. Pan American's winsome Neisi stewardess, Jane Setsuko Toda, was dispatched from Honolulu to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to act as interpreter and guide for the group. Before their return to Sao Paulo the group will have covered a total of 26,000 miles -- the equivalent to a round-the-world flight at the equator. In the above photo Miss Toda, is shown with Daizo Tsuiki, leader of the group and the four wee Brazilian Japanese".