Japanese-American Prosperity Co., Ltd. (日米興業株式會社; c. 1917 - 1937) was a real estate developer that sought Japanese and Japanese-American investors for projects in the U.S., particularly in the New York City area. The company appears to have flourished in the wake of the First World War despite restrictions on Japanese immigration to the U.S. (and on land ownership by Japanese-Americans in California), but appears to have gone bust in the late 1930s after years of economic malaise and Japanese-American tensions. Newspaper databases show that while the company did advertise in newspapers in the Japanese home islands and Korea, their main focus was on the Japanese-American community in Hawaii and California.

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