“Doka B-100” Story Art Booklet on Sale!

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Film & Other Media

Nov 201427 Jan 201531

Los Angeles, California
United States


Doka B-100, the 21-page, Story Art Booklet weaves a fun and engaging story of Japanese American WWII vets living in 1954 Little Tokyo and surrounded by its landmarks like the old Sun Building, Sugar Bowl Cafe, and Far East Cafe.  Authored by Ernest Nagamatsu, illustrated by Mike Saijo, and graphics by Ryan Furuyathis limited edition, First Printing of only 100 copies is signed by the author, illustrator and graphic designer.  Your $10 donation for the book will help support LTHS’s 2nd Annual Imagine Little Tokyo Short Contest project that is currently underway.

For the purchase, plase visit our website: http://www.littletokyohs.org/

 

lthistory . Last modified Nov 20 2014 2:12 a.m.


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