For Japanese food lovers, São Paulo is the closest thing to heaven. Home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan, food from the land of the rising sun has experienced over the last decade a spectacular boom in São Paulo. As a result, there are now more Japanese restaurants (over 600) in the megalopolis than meat restaurants.
It’s not just the restaurants. Japanese ingredients are readily available, even at the corner shop.
A recent development are the rodízios de sushi, inspired on the ever-popular rodízios de carne, where you eat as much as you want for a fixed price. There are decent rodízios de sushi for R$35.
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