Too crowded during a Saturday afternoon, far from a clean place and few spots to seat down and relax. Street food is okayish but I heard there are nice traditional restaurants which I will try next time.
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Everyone who visits San Paolo realises it's a huge city! We chose Liberdade for our accommodation & stayed in a amazing Airbnb. What we liked about this area is the sense of community. Local shopping, weekend markets, restaurants, bars & friendly people. Yes, in such...More
Liberdade was at first São Paulo's Little Tokyo. Nowadays you can say it's São Paulo's Asian neighborhood. If you look for good asian restaurants and small shops and galleries for buying all kinds of asian food and products you are at the right place. This...More
A piece of Japan in Sao Paulo, they even have a small street market on Saturdays morning. Delicious food, I have tried Guioza and it was amazing!
São Paulo is the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, and Liberdade is where they concentrate. It is a nice albeit very crowded neighborhood on weekends, with rather expensive restaurants -- you can find dozens of cheaper and better alternatives throughout the city. You will...More
In Brazil, we have the biggest Japanese community outside Japan. At the beginning of the 20th century, we received lots of Japanese immigrants, and most of them came to live in the Liberdade neighborhood. There they built their houses and grew their families. Now some...More
Liberdade ia a interesting place to see the japonese colony in São Paulo. Many Japanese restaurantes , supermarket, bookstore around the mrt liberdade. Also you can buy many Japanese gifts and household . One Sunday a big market held there. Nice to see if you...More
Liberdade is one of my favorite places in São Paulo. With tipic japoneses restaurants (sushi, soup-bars ,....) and japonês shops , parks, ... it's the biggest Japanese colony outside Japan with probably one million japoneses people living in the same area in São Paulo. Even...More
Walk into Liberdade and without paying attention to the crowd, one may think that this is in Japan. There's is a Japanese gate as well as Japanese style lamp posts that covers the entire area. Most of the shops also has writings in Japanese. This...More
I would recommend the visit on a Sunday when there's a street market, most of the shops are open as well. To go there by metro, stop at the Liberdade station.