Six Taste's Little Tokyo Food Tour

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Class/Workshop

Aug 20108
10:00a.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Ave
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States


Little Tokyo is home to several restaurants, bakeries, and other historical eating establishments. Its 100-plus years of history provide some fascinating stories. Six Taste's Little Tokyo Tour will take you throughout Little Tokyo, from Fugetsu-Do, a confectionary shop and the oldest building in Little Tokyo to Chado Tea Room, where you'll get to taste some authentic Japanese tea, to several other restaurants and other eateries. 

Six Taste's food tours are more than just walking and eating. They hope to provide you with an entertaining, educational, and exciting experience. You'll learn about Japanese culture, the history of Little Tokyo, the art and science of tasting, and have great conversations over great food. 

The "Gastronaut Tour" includes a balance of history, culture, and delicious food. You'll stop at some of the most fascinating historical locations in Little Tokyo, meet owners of some of the longest running stores in Little Tokyo, try amazing food at seven different locations, and learn about Japanese culture and culinary customs. This tour is perfect for tourists or LA natives that have never ventured into Little Tokyo before. 

$50 members; $55 non-members, includes Museum admission. Comfortable walking shoes and warm clothes recommended. Weather permitting. 

For more information about Six Taste, go to www.sixtaste.com.

Reservations recommended to rsvp@janm.org or 213.625.0414 at least 48 hours prior. www.janm.org

 

JANM . Last modified Jul 09 2010 12:14 p.m.


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