With the growing development of Japan after World War II and the necessity of labor, the japanese government revised the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act in 1990, which favored the permanent residence of brazilian nikkeis until the third generation to work legally in the country. They started to migrate to Japan mainly looking for better life conditions, working lounge hours of journeys in the japanese factories, this process got popular by the therm"Decasseguis". A lot of them end up having families and children, others migrates with their own kids. Therefore, the educational matter of those young Brazilians that are living in Japan has been discussed between community, government e researchers of both countries. The present research will look for the main problems of brazilian children and teenager's formal education through a bibliographic search. The research was conducted in different bases, such as -Scielo, Web of Science, Scopus, Banco de Teses e Dissertações Capes and Google Scholar- and as result we have 37 researches, and among them: 29 articles, four doctor's thesis, one document, one monograph, one TCC and one Master's thesis, which will be analysed according to excluding and transforming elements, in the light of the Communicative Research Methodology.
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