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Travelers Today       By    FG Dullin

Updated: Feb 09, 2017 04:48 AM EST

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On June 9, 2016, National Geographic published a feature editorial that illuminates one of the many exotic facts about Brazil that most outsiders could have easily missed. Anyone who has visited Sao Paolo might have noticed the sheer number of Japanese Brazilians in the city. Anyone who has guessed that this population abundance is a product of modern globalization might be half-correct. It usually depends on how one defines 'modern.'

The history of Japanese Brazilians can be traced as early as 1908. Like many adventurous ethnicities around the world, the Japanese also migrated to other countries to bring their trade skills. In Brazil, most of the immigrants were farmers. But unlike other sporadic ethnicities, the Japanese have a very resilient cultural identity.

But in time, the locals learned to appreciate what they bring into the land. Among the things that the Japanese Brazilians introduced which the locals embraced is their distinct Japanese cuisine. Not surprisingly, the two nations have their own culinary representatives (Hamamatsu's Brazilian taste and Sao Paolo's Japanese flavor).

However, it is important to take note that Japanese cuisine in Brazil is not exclusive within Sao Paolo as the seat of their historical migration. These top 5 best Japanese restaurants in Brasilia prove that 'sushi and sake' also penetrates other peripheral federal states.

New Koto. This bistro is one of the most popular Japanese restaurants in Brasilia. It nearly rivals the prestigious Liberdade eatery in Sao Paolo. New Koto opens from 12:00 to 3:00 PM for lunch and 7:00 to 11:00 PM for dinner.

Nazo Sushi Bar. This establishment is one of the few Japanese restaurants in Brasilia that earned the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor. This bistro is known for its good economical price range.

Nippon Restaurant. One of the key features of this restaurant is that it is merely a segment of an entire traditional Japanese grocery store. This establishment is located at 207 Sul Bloco "C", Loja 17.

Mormaii Surf Bar. This establishment basks on its scenic lakeside location. As one of the best Japanese restaurants in Brasilia, visitors choose this bistro for a romantic dinner. Mormaii Surf Bar is open from 9:00 AM to 12:00 in the midnight.

Soho. Anyone looking for a cheap Japanese bistro in Brasilia should be elsewhere. However, craving for the luxurious dining experience in Soho is worth every penny.

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