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As the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, Liberdade offers a variety of shops with Asian products and restaurants with diverse Asian cuisines. Liberdade is a world unto its own - you may forget you are in São Paulo. The streets are decorated with red lamps and there are various markets. On the weekends, there is a great street fair at Liberdade Square, starting right by the subway entrance. The Oriental Garden and the Busshinji Temple are beautiful spots to visit, and if you want to learn more about Japanese culture and immigration to Brazil, stop by the Museum of Japanese Immigration.
Most visitors come for the Sunday fair--where one can get good bargains and great food although the atmosphere is a bit too hectic--but it is also good to pause to remember the history of the square as a place where slaves were executed. Unfortunately, unlike some other squares in key towns, there is not enough homage to this history remaining,...
When in São Paulo, and if you have the opportunity to go do Praça da Liberdade, visit Capela Santa Cruz Almas dos Enforcados...besides the name, this small church is so beautiful with a genuine expression of Catholic culture and tradition. The colors, the lights, the ceiling. Amazing!
Always pop to this restaurant when I am in São Paulo and yesterday (11/06/19) took my mother for lunch there. Food always very tasty and staff very friendly. Lunch time can be busy with office people but it is worth waiting
This is a great sushi restaurant, you can’t go wrong. Good service, great drink options and a wide variety of dishes. The average price per person can be expensive for a Japanese meal: around 120 reais. If you pay in dollars, it’s not bad, around 40-45 dollars. I particularly enjoyed the grilled options, and fresh Chilean salmon. The only drawback...
Brazil is the country with the biggest presence of Japanese immigrants in the world. Therefore, you should consider going to a Japanese restaurant, specially in the liberdade district in São Paulo. Lika offers you a great variety of South Atlantic white fish, all fresh and delicious. You’ll also find tuna and salmon, but try carapau . I’m sure you’ll have...
My room was very clean and was quiet. The bed mattress was excellent, firm and supportive. Breakfast was very good. Lunch was fine too (on Fridays the restaurant serves two types of bacalhau, or cod).
I didn't use the 10th floor swimming pool, but it looked nice. It was too cloudy and chilly for the whole week I was in...
Price: 100-120 Real for 2 nights
Language: English supported. Japanese is available depending on the hotel staff.
Room: normal hotel (building is old). Refrigerator available.
Breakfast: Free buffet breakfast. There is also Japanese food such as rice and miso soup.
Reception: Luggage can be stored.
When I talked to local friends, he...
Extremely well located in the Liberdade neighborhood in central São Paulo, close to subway,Asian stores and great restaurants. Clean, friendly staff and safe. Simple hotel and limited breakfast buffet.
Although reasonably located close to the “Liberdade” Oriental / Japanese/Chinese/ Korean neighborhood in São Paulo, the room is Old, towels looks like floor cleaning cloth, blankets Smell bad, garage only for small cars, and charged separately, security 0, room keys and locks are difficult to open, elevators are small, very noisy rooms, Tv is old, room does not have space...