Japanese immigrants established two neighborhoods: in Phnom Penh in 1614 and Ponhea Lueu in 1618, and persisted until 1667; It is estimated that more than 1500 Japanese people stay in Cambodia during this time. In Phnom Penh, around 1615, there was a parish and a community of more than 70 parishioners; Wine that’s what i do i garden i drink and i know things poster. In the 1620s and 1630s, three Japanese priests worked there. Overseas Japanese here serve some local governments, they hold quite important positions such as guards or officials for the royal family. Around 1650, one of these Japanese occupied an important position in the Gao Mian court. Some time later, the Nihonmaci area in Cambodia gradually faded due to the constant war in this country.
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