Fodor's Expert Review Pavilhão Japonês

Parque Ibirapuera Notable Building

An exact replica of the Katsura Imperial Palace in Kyoto, Japan, the Japanese Pavilion is one of the structures built for the Parque Ibirapuera's inauguration. Designed by professor Sutemi Horiguti of the University of Tokyo, it was built in Japan and reassembled here beside the man-made lake in the Japanese-style garden. The main building displays samurai clothing, pottery, and sculpture from several dynasties; rooms upstairs are used for traditional tea ceremonies.

Notable Building

Quick Facts

Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral s/n
São Paulo, São Paulo  04094–050, Brazil

11-5081–7296

www.parqueibirapuera.org/equipamentos-parque-ibirapuera/pavilhao-japones

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: R$10, Wed. and weekends 10–noon and 1–5, Closed Mon.--Tues. and Thurs.--Fri.

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