Memorial da Colonia Japonesa, Ivoti

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History Museum
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  • We know little of Japanese Immigration in our State, but this museum gives us the certainty that the Rio Grande do Sul is amazing by ethnic mixing. And have gift shop souvenir!
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  • The Japanese Colonization in the region started in the 50. Back and forth, a lot of beautiful thing was rescued to tell some of the story.
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  • Inside of Ivoti you will be surprised by a Japanese colony. On site there is a small museum open to the public and free of charge. There is a handicraft market with products made by local farmers, the majority of Japanese origin.
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  • Very good. it takes a while but must have patience people leave the city running and want everything at the time culture and the place has another rhythm.
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  • I am from Shanghai. I love the city, mainly the fair which also show the Japanese colonization in memorial and gastronomy. Has local products with affordable prices. Worth going with the family.
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  • Great fair that takes place on the last Sunday of the month. I love the jiaozi of Taco stands. The Museum located there is cool, but talk to the ladies who take care of the shop of the Museum was the most fun experience.
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  • Occurs on the last Sunday of each month. Is sensational, organic products prepared by Japanese immigrants who live in the region. Inside the Museum has a small shop that sells some frozen foods. Very good!
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  • Could invest more in place.
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