Marcelo Iha/ SPTuris
Within Ibirapuera Park there is a hidden nook of calm and pleasantness. It is the Japanese Pavilion – construction inspired by the Katsura Palace in Kyoto – delivered by the Japanese colony in the fourth centenary of the city of São Paulo in 1954.
Beyond the garden full of ornamental plants and trees, the pavilion gives a small sample of Japanese culture with exposure ceramics, Warriors costumes and other typical objects. At the back, a pond full of carp can be contemplated.
Address: Parque do Ibirapuera, Portão 10 – Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral – Moema.
Phone: (11) 5081-7296.