’Kaki(oyster/persimmon in Japanese)’ in Brazil

I live in the south of Brazil, in a small island connected to South America by a bridge. The majority of the people who live there are immigrants from Germany or Italy, so there aren’t many Nikkei people there. There is a big lake in the island where oyster culture is done frequently. It is said to be the first place to start oyster culture in Brazil. The main food in Brazil is meat, but being a Japanese person, I miss eating fish. If you go to the market you can find fresh sea food, and in most Japanese restaurants serve sushi and sashimi. Although Brazil is a large country, […]

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