Haitians in Japan

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka talks about why she left Adidas for Nike

Haitian-Japanese world No.1 tennis player Naomi Osaka revealed the reasons she split with Adidas and become an ambassador for Nike. Here is what she had to say...

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka did it again, she is the 2019 Australian Open Champion

21 year old Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka has just won her second Grand Slam championship back to back. Osaka is the 2019 Australian Open Champion and she is projected to become world No. 1 when the new statistics come out Monday on 28 January 2019.

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka made history again reaching No. 4 in WTA rankings

Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka made history again. Naomi is now ranked No. 4 in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rankings tying the all-time record for highest-ranked Japanese player, male or female.

Haitians vs Japanese - Naomi Osaka is raising more questions in Japan : What is it that makes someone Japanese or not? (Watch the VIDEO)

Watch this video... After Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka won the U.S. Open champion, The Japan Times asked people what they think makes a person Japanese. Is it parentage, language, culture or a combination of factors?

VIDEO: Naomi Osaka - The Grand Slam Haitian Celebration the World didn't know about

Watch how Naomi Osaka's Haitian family celebrated at the stadium after Naomi won her first Grand Slam title at the 2018 US Open

Naomi Osaka father's name, Tennis want fans want to know

Naomi Osaka was born in Japan to a Haitian father but do yo know who Naomi Osaka's father is? We know... LOL...

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka: Haiti is a Beautiful Country, the negative comments do not reflect reality

"Haiti is a beautiful little country," says Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka, "the negative comments do not reflect the reality." Naomi Osaka visited her father's native Haiti for the first time in her young 20 years, a personal decision she said.

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka visits Haiti

Naomi Osaka, the Haitian-Japanese tennis player who defeated tennis legend Venus Williams in Hong Kong is in Haiti visiting a school his parents build 20 years ago.