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ブリガデイロ-アルバイト楽しかった!Brigadeiro, part time job in a bar, fun!

This weekend I had a chance to work in a bar in Ookayama, in South of Tokyo. This bar is very cozy and it is very near of the station. Me and my friend we received the customers and serve them some snacks and drinks like Haibooru ( Whisky and Energetic) and I could serve my brigadeiros ( chocolate balls below) to the customers. As the customers are Japanese, no foreigners, it was a great opportunity for me to practice my Japanese and learn more about what the Japanese lives, some of the customers came from Ibaraki ( another city in direction to North ), Yokohama, neighbors who lives near there and my friend friend’s. In addition I could tell them about my country, Brazil.

この週末で酒場に働いてきました、そのところは大岡山駅です、東京の南。そこにお客様でお酒とおつまみを出しました、それにブリガデイロも出しました。ブリガデイロの作り方はチョコとミルクです、写真は以下です。色々な人きました(隣の人や、茨城と横浜)、お客様の外国人ではいなかった、ではよく日本語を使いました、とても楽だった。私は日本人と話して、もうちょっとの日本の文化を覚えました、私は日本人ブラジルのことも教えました。それはいいな経験だったと思います。

Neste fim de semana trabalhei num bar em Ookayama ao Sul de Tóquio, e foi bem divertido, além de servir a bebida e as entradas, pude servir o brigadeiro que como escrevi anteriormente adaptei aos padrões japoneses ( utilizo leite e açúcar ao invés do leite condensado). A bebida que servíamos é o que eles chama de Haibo-ru ( uma mistura de whisky com energético) e eles se serviam do sake japonês. Tive a oportunidade de praticar o japonês e conhecer um pouco mais da vida deles, e deles conhecerem um pouco mais do Brasil, para mim uma ótima troca de conhecimento e experiência, coisas que levo para minha vida..

Brigadeiro – ブリガデイロ

Bar @Ookayamaeki – 酒場@大岡山駅

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