Which U.S. state has the most Japanese speakers?

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The first Japanese immigrants arrived in Hawaii in 1885 (when it was not a part of the U.S. yet) as contract laborers for the sugar cane and pineapple plantations. Today, approximately 12% of Hawaii residents speak Japanese, with an estimated 12.6% of the population of Japanese ancestry in 2008. The Japanese, with their economic and historical ties to Hawaii as well as relative geographical proximity, are also among principal tourists in Hawaii.
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