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Lodi’s Japantown started on Main Street

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Posted: Saturday, August 4, 2012 12:00 am

The first Japanese pioneers in the Lodi area arrived in 1890. Seven men came to work in the sugar beet fields in the Delta region.

In 1890, 21 years after the first Japanese men came to California in 1869, growing numbers of Japanese men were attracted to the Delta region farms where they could find work.

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