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Sites of Little Tokyo

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The following photos are of historical sites in the Little Tokyo area of Downtown Los Angeles.

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East West Players

Located at the Union Center for the Arts.

East West Players
Contributed by: vkraus

Far East Cafe

The nearly century-old Far East building was condemned in 1994 after the Northridge Earthquake. It reopened in the summer of 2006 through charitable efforts of the Little Tokyo Service Center.

Chop Suey/Far East Cafe
Contributed by: vkraus

Toyo Miyatake's camera

Located on First Street outside the Japanese American National Museum.

Miyatake camera
Contributed by: vkraus

Corner of 1st and Central

Formerly the Nishi Honganji Buddhist Temple, it is now a national historic site.

Japanese American National Museum Historic Building
Contributed by: vkraus

Japanese American National Museum

What was once a parking lot is now an architectural masterpiece designed by architect Gyo Obata.

Japanese American National Museum Pavillion
Contributed by: vkraus

Isamu Noguchi Plaza

Two sculptures at the Noguchi Plaza outside of the Japan American Theatre.

Isamu Noguchi sculptures
Contributed by: vkraus

Daikokuya

The owner believes in high quality customer service. What makes Daikokuya so special is that they close when the soup runs out, regardless the hour. They will not dilute the taste of the soup by adding water. (www.daikoku-ten.com)

Daikokuya
Contributed by: vkraus


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vkraus — Last modified Mar 03 2010 8:29 p.m.


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