Little Tokyo Strong encapsulates our community's commitment to face the challenges before us as we survive the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis together. Since its founding in 1884, Little Tokyo has enthusiastically welcomed all to shop, dine, worship, do business, and live here.
Established in 1855, Little Tokyo is one of only three Japantowns in the United States. Spread over five blocks, the district is crammed with food gems, streetwear vendors, and manga and anime shops. Don’t miss the Japanese American Cultural Community Center, which hosts regular cultural performances and cooking classes.
Little Tokyo is still a cultural focal point for Los Angeles's Japanese American population. It is mainly a work, cultural, religious, restaurant and shopping district, because Japanese Americans today are likely to live in nearby cities such as Torrance , Gardena , and Monterey Park , as well as the Sawtelle district in the Westside of Los ...
POP Little Tokyo 349 East 2nd St., Los Angeles 90012 213-613-9800 View Website Popkiller Second is the sister location to the original Popkiller store in Hollywood. Located on 2nd Street, this trendy emporium sells everything from vintage clothing to jewelry, accessories, toys, vinyl and novelty items like “bacon strip” band-aids.
Little Tokyo has many Japanese businesses such as restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, Japanese specialty stores and a Japanese American museum. Some of Little Tokyo's famous shopping centers: Japanese Village Plaza, Weller Court, Honda Plaza and Little Tokyo Shopping Center (previously known as Yaohan Plaza-now a mix of Korean & Japanese ...
Los Angeles's Little Tokyo is a vibrant neighborhood full of restaurants, markets, and shops all dedicated to selling goods from Japan. Whether you're looking to stock up on anime, try unique Japanese dishes (okonomiyaki, anyone?), or experience an authentic tea ceremony, you'll find it in Little Tokyo.
Jan 25, 2023 The Passing of JANM Volunteer, Frank Kikuchi Aug 22, 2022 JANM Hosts Teacher Workshops Exploring Little Tokyo Jul 29, 2022 JANM Commemorates the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 Support the understanding and appreciation of the Japanese American experience. Become a Member Make a Gift