Lunch at The Trendy Brazilian-Japanese Restaurant
Let's have lunch at the trendy Brazilian-Japanese restaurant in CityLife this Sunday! If the weather is not too hot, we may sit outdoor near the garden.
What is Brazilian-Japanese Food Culture?
Brazil is a home to nearly 2 million Japanese descendants (known as Nikkei), the largest group outside of Japan. Nikkei, first began entering Brazil in Protected content , retained strong ties to their Japanese heritage especially for food. Food habits are one of the major aspects of culture that is rarely forgotten. Daily eating rituals and food preferences all support a persistent connection to identity, acting as a constant tie to home.
I look forward to discovering this trendy restaurant with you!
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