Suzuka (SuzukaCity) is a city located in the province of Wed and received city status on 1 December of 1.942.
With a total area of 194,67 km² and a population of 199.377 inhabitants, including around 8.714 foreign citizens and 855 Brazilians, 687 Koreans, 1.106 Chinese, 471 Filipinos, 1.535 Peruvians and others (data prefecture 2.020).
Suzuka has a significant industrial market, with large factories like Sharp and Honda at its limits. These companies outsource part of their work to South American nationalities (Brazilians, Peruvians ..).
Although the Japanese government is encouraging compulsory English language teaching across the country, in Suzuka many courses are offered by schools individuals and by institutions public companies that support Portuguese and Spanish. In a controversial action, the city government agency from April 2004, required that all information about garbage and local signage be in Japanese and Portuguese (in addition to English).
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Suzuka Circuit, was home to the Japanese Grand Prix from 1987 to 2006 and again from 2009. It is the only number eight circuit in the championship and is very popular with drivers despite its numerous difficult corners. Located next to the circuit is the Honda Safety Riding / Driving School, where thousands of drivers and motorcyclists have been trained, including many police and instructors around the world.