Brazilian Shops, Markets and Restaurants in Japan


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In this article we will share a list of restaurants, Brazilian markets and stores where you can buy Brazilian products in Japan. There are many stores and restaurants in Brazil spread across the country.

We will only mention the names of some places, sometimes we can put the address, but it is best to search for the name yourself Google Maps in order to find the location.

Brazilian Markets in Japan

Most markets offer online stores and have outlets in several locations. Almost all offer customer service in Portuguese and sell products from other countries or even Japanese products.

Takara Supermarket - A franchise of markets that sell Japanese and Brazilian products, specializing in meat with Western cuts. With stores in Isesaki and Oizumi in the province of Gunma. Toyokawa and Toyohashi in Aichi, is on Mishima, Hamamatsu

Supermercado brasileiro takara no japão
Takara Brazilian Supermarket in Japan

Bell Mart - Since 2002 selling Brazilian and imported products in general. Bell Mart has stores in Ogaki in the province of Gifu is on Komaki in the province of Aichi.

The Amigos - Franchise of stores that sell meats, cold cuts, breads, fruits, vegetables, grains, pasta and other Brazilian, Peruvian and Western products. They have a store in Odaka, Iwaya, Nishio and Toyokawa in the province of Aichi Ken is on Ogaki in the presence of Gifu.

Super mercado brasileiro bell mart no japão
Bell Mart Brazilian Supermarket in Japan

Mugen Foods - This one I personally visited, it is in the city of Suzuka in Mie.   A very popular supermarket that sells Japanese and Brazilian products.

You can't talk about all the markets in this article. So let's quickly list them by citing just the name and the city where you are:

  • My Brazil Market - Nagoya, Aichi;
  • KingMart - Iwata, Shizuoka; 
  • Casa Blanca - Oizumi, Gunma;
  • Kioske Ci Brasil - Oizumi, Gunma;
  • Tomi Bakery - Oizumi, Gunma;
  • Yuri Shop - Yokohama, Kanagawa;
  • Vitoria Regia Market - Shizuoka;
  • Supermarket Ready - Hamamatsu, Shizuoka;
  • Servitu - Hamamatsu, Shizuoka;
  • Kyodai Market - Shinagawa, Tokyo;
  • Brazil - Yaizu, Shizuoka;
  • Unity - Toyama;
  • Aikawa Latin Flavor - Aikawa, Kanagawa;
  • MY BRASIL - Nagoya, Aichi;
  • Brazilian foods - Aichi;
  • Brazil House - Oyama, Tochigi;
  • Mr Market - Izumo, Shimane;
  • Super Foods Brasil - Ayase, Kanagawa;
  • Fashion Japan Warehouse - Chiryu, Aichi;
  • SANNA'S - Tadaoka, Osaka;

Brazilian Restaurants in Japan

It is worth remembering that not all Brazilian food restaurants in Japan are made for Brazilians. Some are adapted to the Japanese palate, which may be a little strange.

Barbacoa Grill - A Brazilian-style barbecue franchise that has more than 8 units spread across Tokyo and Osaka. A carvery with 15 types of meat cuts, caipirinha, Brazilian dishes like feijoada and tropical fruits.

How nice! - One of the most affordable and authentic steakhouses in Tokyo. It serves dishes similar to other steakhouses, offers live sound of Brazilian music and offers several drinks.

Restaurantes brasileiros no japão
Photos of Brazilian restaurants in Japan

Tucano's - Other steakhouse with caster located in Shibuya, Tokyo. The restaurant is also popular for dances and samba shows that take place 3 times a week.

Casa Blanca - Located in the city of Oizumi in Gunma. This restaurant also sells Brazilian products and offers home-style self-service dishes.

Cardápio e pratos em um restaurante brasileiro no japão
Menu and dishes in a Brazilian restaurant in Japan

Let's quickly list other Brazilian cuisine restaurants below:

  • Takara Supermarket - There is the Rodeio Grill;
  • Brazil Restaurant - Oizumi, Gunma;
  • Bone Brazil - Nagoya;
  • Boteco Copacabana - Kawasaki, Kanagawa;
  • Travesso Grill - Yokohama, Kanagawa;
  • Bancho No.1 - Tokyo;
  • Cool Ginza - Tokyo;
  • Saci Pererê - Tokyo;
  • Rio Grande Grill - Tokyo;
  • Samba Mermaid - Tokyo;
  • Cup - Tokyo;
  • Happiness - Shinagawa, Tokyo;
  • Buteco Brazil - Osaka;
  • Enough + More - Kawasaki, Kanagawa;
  • Steakhouse Yummy - Roppongi, Tokyo;
  • Paradise Brazil - Yokohama;
  • Serginho Grill - Akishima, Tokyo;
  • Mam's Kitchen Brazilian - Ayase, Kanagawa;
  • Kita Primavera Steakhouse - Saitama;
  • Meeting point - Funabashi, Chiba;
  • Delicias by Vera Goto - Joso, Ibaraki;
  • Capim Dourado Grill - Tsurugashima, Saitama;
  • Dawn - Tokyo;
  • Our Brazil Meal - Tokyo;
  • Barbecue B - Tokyo;
  • Teco Teco - Narita, Chiba;
  • Caipirinha Bar - Tokyo;
  • Kaminalua - Oizumi, Gunma;
  • Tasty Grill - Tatebayashi - Gunma;
  • Tropical Footpath - Isesaki, Gunma;
  • Celia House - Osaka;
  • Choupana Steakhouse - Hamamatsu;
  • Bar-B-Q-Gordinhos - Hamamatsu;
  • Mineira Tradition - Hamamatsu;
  • Kosai Homemade Food - Shizuoka;
  • LutiBrasil - Shizuoka;
  • Recanto Paulista - Iwata, Shizuoka;

How to find a Brazilian store?

Of course, there are many other stores, restaurants and Brazilian markets scattered throughout Japan. Unfortunately it is not so easy to find them without knowing the name or city where it is located.

I usually search Google Maps for expressions Brazilians, Brazilian and ブラジル along with the name of the city or region I'm in. By doing this you are faced with thousands of results coming up.

Mercado japonês
Japanese Market

A good tip for finding Brazilian stores, restaurants and markets is to look in the regions where you find more Brazilians. Whenever you look for something, try in the regions of Nagoya, Shizuoka, Mie, Gifu, Gunma, Kanagawa, Saitama, Shiga, Nagano, and Ibaraki.

The good thing about using Google maps is that you can read comments about the place, an evaluation note and photos to find out if it likes you or not. There is usually a website where you can find the list of products and menu.

Care with Brazilian products

Some people move to Japan but do not forget about Brazil and how their products are of poor quality and can be bad for their health. So avoid and be careful when consuming Brazilian products.

I'm not trying to do away with Brazilian products, but everyone already knows how terrible the industrial inspection in Brazil is and the laws that administer the chemical and other compounds found in the products.

Not to mention that imports generally have problems. I myself had a bad experience with Japanese products purchased in Brazil. The taste was not original, products were out of date and prices were very high.

Amazingly, there are people who import beauty products and clothes from Brazil, and in Japan they have a gigantic collection of the same products and of high quality for a very low price.

Pequena vendinha de verduras, super barata no meio do nada no japão.
Small vegetable shop, super cheap in the middle of nowhere in Japan

It's okay to enjoy great Brazilian cuisine and buy nostalgic Brazilian products from time to time. Just be careful not to make it a habit that will damage your pocket and your health.

I may be exaggerating, but my body has never felt so good while I'm in Japan, even though I feed daily in restaurants, only to return to Brazil that it gets all deregulated. That's why I'm writing!

Sometimes we miss Brazilian products because they are sweeter or more salty. That may sound good, but it just supports your sugar and salt addiction. Try to get used to Japanese seasoning for your own good.

Also be careful when shopping at online stores Brazilians and imported products. When writing this article I realized that many stores are not HTTPS certified, so I think that many stores must be fake or abandoned.

So I leave as a tip:

  • I always look at the validity of the products;
  • See if you don't have an alternative to the same healthier product;
  • Stay tuned to online stores;
  • See if you're not paying too much;
  • Sometimes you find the same product in the Japanese version;
  • Brands that you think are national actually have in Japan;
  • Research prices well so as not to be exploited in a restaurant;

It is not my goal to criticize Brazilian products. I am alert with these situations here in Brazil too, I always look at the validity of the products and if it has not been tampered with. I have friends who worked in markets and they tell the horrible things that markets do with expired products and others.

It turned out that I became a paranoid who prefers to eat a homemade hamburger than a traditional X-tudo. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the article. If you liked it, share and leave your comments.