The first Japanese culture and gastronomy event of the year will take place at Clube Nipo this weekend. In its 3rd edition, Nipo Festival brings the best restaurants in the city and several attractions to entertain the audience of Brasília.

This edition of Nipo Festival is special because it celebrates the 110 years of Japanese immigration to Brazil, celebrating the best of the miscegenation of these two cultures so remarkable.

Sushi, sashimi, yakisoba, breaded shrimp, tempura, lamen, udon, gyoza, karaage, ceviche and sushi burger are some of the options to enjoy in the event. Vegetarian and vegan options are also part of the select menu.

Churrasquinhos, sandwiches and pastéis are options for those who prefer a more traditional Brazilian food. The event also features great concerts of Japanese drums, dances, traditional Japanese songs, as well as Brazilian popular music to exalt the best of both cultures.

See the full program HERE.


Venue: Clube Nipo
Setor de Clubes Sul, Trecho 1, Lote 1 – next to Rubaiyat restaurant
Friday, April 6, from 7 pm to Midnight; Saturday, April 7, from Noon to Midnight; Sunday, April 8, from Noon to 5 pm
R$ 20,00 and R$ 10,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)