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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.
I used to live near there and sundays to go there to eat Ramen. The square is full of oriental restaurants and markets. If you like to cook different meals is the place you would find ingredients, specially oriental.
Dropped by during my off hours of my business trip, but this place was way better than I expected. Had detailed audio program, the machinery might be a bit old, but with all these old video and photos seems precious and interesting. Non-Portuguese speaker is fine, as most exhibits have Japanese explanation.
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!
Very good food, and for a very decent price! We had a few rolls, veggie tempura and spring rolls, and washed it all down with a beer. All very tasty! Waiters are attentive and always ready with a smile. Get there early though, it’s a small place and there was a big lineup to be seated when we left!
The place and the menu are basic, but the quality of food is quite high (given the simplicity of the menu). Good atmosphere. Service is friendly, if a bit slow. Very fair price. I recommend for all interested in good, apparently pretty authentic, lamen..
"Unless you are training for a food eating competition..."
reviewed 1 October 2017 by travelismylife1
...you will feel like you didn’t get your money’s worth. The concept is clear by reading other reviews, it’s an all you can eat buffet. The place may look sketchy from the outside as there’s no “store front”; it’s on the second floor of a building and it’s in downtown SP, which as a native, I can attest isn’t the...
This is one of the best restaurants I've ever been in. Quality, authentic Chinese food freshly prepared at a reasonable price. A menu bulging with tasty dishes including 53 vegetarian ones. Worth a visit but remember the dishes are huge (for 2-3 people) so don't make the mistake we did and order too much. The waiter did warn us in...
This is an inexpensive, basic hotel that fills that role very well. Located off the beaten path in Liberdade, the hotel staff are friendly and most speak English, particularly the reception desk staff. The rooms are very basic: indoor-outdoor carpeting that is stained; very firm bed with basic sheets; individual ventilation unit that works well; good water pressure and reliable...
It is a nice location, the personel is kind and very helpful. I had some concerns about the door locker and the bathroon cleaness, apart from those problems all good! The breakfast is good there is the japonese and continental stile.
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.
We stayed there because I had an exam to do just around the corner, would not have chosen the place if we were traveling for pleasure. Room was only okay, bathroom needed some repair. Breakfast was very good. We didn't see any emergency stairs, but I believe they were there somewhere.