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Is a calm place, but has no reception. I arrived there and I got confused. The owner is a wonderful japanese person but the hostel don't have a common place (like a living room, with couch and tv, to help you meet people). It's really...More
My husband and I wanted to stay in Vila Magdalena but we left it very late to book and everywhere was booked out. We found this hostel after phoning many. At first glance we thought it was pretty bad but its actually ok. The building...More
The staff was extremely unhelpful. We urgently needed a hospital and the person at the front desk didn't tell us that there is a hospital like a couple of meters from the hostel as we discovered later on in the day. Nobody could speak English...More
US$18 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.