There are many Japanese immigrants in Brazil, and the Oriental Street in Sao Paulo is where Japanese descendants live. Coming here, you seem to have come to the Japanese market, where there are all kinds of Japanese snacks and crafts or daily necessities. Even some street scenes have the taste of Japanese withered wood mountain, which is worth visiting.
Oriental Street, which is located in the Oriental Immigrant Business District, has a history of Japanese Street - Chinatown - Oriental Street, and is marked by the culture of many Asian immigrants. It is said that among the local Asian people, the Japanese are the most and the Chinese are relatively less. Brazil has no ethnic discrimination.
Oriental Street is also called Freedom Street. In fact, more meaning is to gather the meanings of many Oriental faces, including China, India, Russia and so on. Many cheap things are sold at good prices. They can be purchased and the overall feeling will not be chaotic.
This is a Japanese gathering area. Many of the things sold here are oriental or Japanese. There are obviously many more faces of Orientals here, of course, most of them are Japanese. There are many street vendors. Every vendor buys different things. It's interesting. The vendors are very enthusiastic and will still smile if they don't agree on the price. Because it's a shopping spot, for those of us who don't like shopping, we can take a look at it and buy some souvenirs to withdraw the lunch we had at the Japanese restaurant on Oriental Street at noon. There is also a museum of Japanese immigrants near here, but it can't be found.
This is a region where most Japanese people live. There are many Japanese shops and many Japanese cuisines. Brazilians think that Japanese cuisine in Brazil is the best Japanese cuisine in the world. Do you know where confidence comes from? Do the Japanese agree? But here you can also buy a lot of Chinese food, usually to do Chinese food, buy important condiments are bought here, my fuel consumption, raw land, dried mother, rice noodles, haha.
Originally, a large number of Japanese immigrants came to China, Korea and many other countries, so now it is also called Oriental Street. Walking on the streets, you can see Japanese restaurants and KaraokeS everywhere, as well as Asian-style shops such as Chinese restaurants. The decoration of lanterns in the streets also shows a different feeling from that in South America. We can also see many fellow countrymen's associations in China and even dragon dance halls. Try the daily dishes here. It tastes good, especially in Brazil. It's worth trying.
The neighborhood is great. There are many Japanese shops. There are markets on Sundays. You can buy Chinese and Japanese food, and there are also small handicraft stalls. There are also some Japanese restaurants here, cheap ones as well as expensive ones. It would be better if it were cleaner and fewer vagrants around.