In 1908 “Kasato Maru”, a passenger boat, reached Brazil with the first Japanese immigrants. And they also brought with them the precious ingredients and recipes of a distant, exotic land which had been unknown until then.
Over one hundred years later the Japanese-Brazilian culinary tradition is famous all around the world with its own strong identity. Two peoples and two cultures that have been able to fuse flavours, ingredients, colours and textures, thereby creating very special gastronomy.
Take a trip around a route of flavours which have been around the world and which have brought Tokyo and São Paulo closer together.