"incrEDIBLE Little Tokyo" - LTHS 2018 calendar now available!

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Sep 20172 Dec 201731

Little Tokyo Historical Society office
319 E. Second St., #203
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States


“incrEDIBLE Little Tokyo”—the Little Tokyo Historical Society’s (LTHS) 2018 calendar is now available throughout Little Tokyo.  Luscious photographs and mouth-watering narratives of unique foods and eateries of Little Tokyo are featured each month.  To name just a few:  Miso Glazed Black Cod (Tamon), vegan sushi rolls (Shojin), High Tea sets and 300 teas (Chado Tea Room), and Wagyū steak, yuzu, shiitake, shishito and mizuna pizza (Baldoria).  Foodies will love everything about the design including a food and eating related Japanese word of the month.  The 2018 edition is dedicated in memory of Mae Matsumoto and Archie Miyatake who were two unique cultural pioneers of Little Tokyo.  IncrEDIBLE Little Tokyo calendars are available at Bunkado, Japanese American National Museum store, Kinokuniya bookstore, and Rafu Bussan; as well as Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena.  The calendar is an annual fundraiser for LTHS.  Online orders can be made at www.littletokyohs.org.  It’s not too early to think about this unique and fun date planner as part of your holiday gift list.  LTHS is an all-volunteer, nonprofit community-based organization that focuses on researching and discovering the historical resources, stories and connections of sites, buildings, and events related to Little Tokyo as an ethnic heritage neighborhood of Los Angeles.  For information about LTHS, please contact Michael Okamura, president, at littletokyohs@gmail.com.

 

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