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  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Keep it simple at this peaceful and centrally-located place. 250m2 of São Joaquim subway. Close to AC Camargo, Hospital Paulistano, Hospital BP, Hospital Servidor Público and others. A few minutes from Paulista Avenue.

The space
Full studio to serve you. 250 meters from the São Joaquim metro station and the best of the Liberdade Neighborhood.

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Shared hot tub
Security cameras on property
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Where you’ll be

São Paulo, Brazil

Briefly, Liberdade became the largest niponic colony outside Japan from 1912 onwards. It's impossible not to be enchanted year-round with beautiful Niponic architecture and Japanese cultural, gastronomic, and entertainment options. Main attractions of the Liberdade neighborhood, some specific at a certain time of year:
1) Karaoke: As of the 1970s these establishments came to Brazil, they are typical of Japanese culture. Unlike Brazilians, karaoke is seen by Japanese as something serious. The winners of the competitions in Japan are often recognized for their area. In the Liberdade neighborhood, you can find several establishments that work directly with karaoke.
2) Japanese Immigration Museum: All details about Japanese immigration in Brazil can be checked at the Japanese Immigration Museum. There are three floors that house over 28,000 documents, including books, newspapers, and diaries. There are also about 10,000 photos of Japanese immigrants. The Museum is open Tuesday-Sunday from 1: 30-5pm.
3) Hanamatsuri: The event takes place in April and is known as the Flower Festival, the date also celebrates the birth of Buddha. Entrance is free. Flowers and sweet tea are offered on site.
4)Tanabata Matsuri: In July Praça da Liberdade, Rua dos Estudantes and Rua Galvão Bueno are taken by the greatest traditional festivity of Japan in Brazil. The tradition is that visitors order in the tanzaku (colorful paper) and hang from the various bamboos that are decorating the streets.
5) Juice of Liberty Championship: You can't talk about Japan without remembering sumo. Therefore, in the neighborhood of Liberdade there would be no shortage of this sport. In May and June there is the Juice of Liberty Championship, with athletes from Brazil. Winners have the opportunity to represent Brazil in the world championship. For the event, arenas and bleachers are set up in Praça da Liberdade.
6) Toyo Matsuri: In December, the neighborhood's streets are led by traditional niponic flags with happy holiday messages. All this for Toyo Matsuri, the guiding festival that features typical dances and taikô shows.
7) Moti Tsuki Matsuri: This is the Prosperity Dumpling Festival to celebrate the turn of the year, it takes place on December 31st. The dumpling is made with chopped rice in the pilon, which is blessed and distributed to the public with the belief of being lucky.

7 nights in São Paulo

Mar 26, 2023 - Apr 2, 2023

4.60 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews

Hosted by Wilciene

Joined in July 2018
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