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The Brazilian Marketplace
Takara of Oizumi is the first of a chain of supermarkets run by a Brazilian distribution team. The owner is a Fantastic man who also speaks English as well as Japanese and Portuguese. There are other markets in other cities in Japan, but I believe this has the most serives. Attached to the supermaket is a restaurant called Rodeio Grill that serves Brazillian bbq as well as a set menu and a selection of sandwiches. Go during lunch for the cheapest prices, but dinner will set you back 3000en for the full all you can eat bbq course. Also attached is a driving school, a small store that sells imported clothing shoes and accersories. The marketplace itself is very nice with a bakery and butchery. The bakery has pao de queso, cheese bread, or small french loaves that are to die for. the butchery also has a selction of meats. We always buy our ground beef here becaue its reasonably priced and is 100 percent beef. The area around also has other brazillian markets and eateries. its a nice little brazillian bubble.