Japan has agreed to limit the number of passports it has provided to workers and domestic workers to 400 per year. Four classes of immigrants would still be allowed to enter Canada: returning residents and their wives, children and parents; Immigrants employed by Japanese residents in Canada for personal and domestic services; Canadian government-approved workers; and contracted farm labour by Japanese landowners in Canada. Although no specific legislation has been adopted to enforce the quota, the agreement has resulted in a significant reduction in Japanese immigration. In the year following the agreement, only 495 Japanese immigrants arrived in Canada.  In subsequent years, however, tensions over Japanese equities in northeastern China and immigration to the United States increased. In 1905, the Japanese began to establish more formal control over southern Manchuria by forcing China to transfer property rights to Japan on the South Manchurian Railway. The Japanese took advantage of this opening to make further incursions into northeastern China, which worried the Roosevelt administration about the violation of the ideals of free enterprise and the maintenance of China`s territorial integrity. At the same time, Japanese leaders expressed frustration with the treatment of Japanese immigrants in the United States. A Japanese-American treaty signed in 1894 guaranteed the Japanese the right to emigrate to the United States and enjoy the same rights in the country as American citizens. However, in 1906, the San Francisco Board of Education passed a measure to send Japanese and Chinese children to separate schools. The Japanese government was outraged by this policy and claimed that it was contrary to the 1894 treaty.
In a series of notes exchanged between late 1907 and early 1908, collectively known as the gentlemen`s agreement, the U.S. government agreed to pressure the San Francisco authorities to withdraw the measure and the Japanese government promised to limit the immigration of workers to the United States. In the automotive industry, Japanese manufacturers have agreed that no standard vehicle would have more than 276 hp (206 kW; 280 CH); The agreement ended in 2005.  German manufacturers limit the maximum speed of high-performance sedans (berlines) and breaks to 250 km/h.   When the Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle exceeded 310 km/h in 1999, fears of a European ban or regulatory intervention led Japanese and European manufacturers to limit to 300 km/h at the end of 1999 See list of the fastest series bikes. The gentlemen`s agreement was an agreement between the United States and Japan that restricted the immigration of Japanese workers to America.