If you seek a taste of Asian culture, but aren’t much for travelling internationally, you can steep yourself in Japanese traditions in southern California. “Little Tokyo” is four blocks that spans 67 acres in Los Angeles and provides a mix of American and Japanese cultures to its visitors. The streets of this landmark location are filled with traditional businesses such as Japanese tea gardens, grocery stores and shops. There were four official Japantowns in the United States and Little Tokyo is one. It plays hots to dozens of special events and festivals during the year such as Japanese holidays and festivals. Little Tokyo is a great place to learn about another culture and get a taste of Japan without leaving the United States.
Little Tokyo, a small neighborhood like Tokyo, I can also walk around for a whole afternoon. The main thing is that everything in Japan is lovely. There are vintage stores, hand-run stores, daily cosmetics stores, food materials supermarkets, Ramen shops and so on. Too many cute Ramen shops can be said to be Tokyo's own.
The small Tokyo building in Los Angeles has a unique Japanese style. Every shop sells Japanese small things. Restaurants are full of Japanese specialties. Red lanterns hang in the alleys. The streets are clean and tidy. A small area is not big enough. It will be finished in a moment.
There are a lot of bustling people in Little Tokyo. More delicious sushi shops can taste Los Angeles and Little Tokyo. It's really too small. It's all done in a minute. But here's my favorite wipe tea. I think I'm in Japan when I'm not paying attention to it.
Small Tokyo is very close to downtown Los Angeles. After entering, it presents Japanese style. Sushi shops and Japanese merchandise stores are very suitable for Asian tastes. However, many stores do not work on Saturdays and Sundays. When you go to visit, you should arrange a good time.
Card Little Tokoy, like Meiji Japan, is full of red lanterns, so lively! Haha ha ha very happy!!!
Big Black House or Big Black Shop? Little Tokyo in Arts district, Los Angeles, ordered a bottle of Coca-Cola, a bowl of ramen, really cheap. It's a little painful to spend US dollars. Haha, but Japanese Ramen is suitable for Chinese stomach and satisfied.
Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, come to Little Tokyo on weekends. Whether it's street scenery, window display, or even pedestrians, it's Japanese everywhere.
Little Tokyo in Little Tokyo is the largest Japanese and Japanese concentrated living area in Los Angeles and even in the United States. It is similar to our Chinatown China Street. I came all the way from Chinatown. The street landscape, restaurants, shops and window displays here are all full of Japanese flavor. Delicate and sweet, neat and neat, the central pedestrian street is very Kawaii, as well as the lovely portrait of Hello kitty. It is full of sushi shops, wine houses and so on. It seems to be in Japan. It has flourished since the First World War. However, it was doomed and declined during the Second World War. After the 1970s, it was reorganized and gradually developed into a prosperous street town.
Little Tokyo is definitely a good place to shop. Los Angeles, in the eyes of Americans, is a very famous slum and crime-prone area. Many people come here and find that they don't necessarily hear fire alarms and police cars for half a year in other towns. They can hear them seven or eight times or more in Los Angeles a day. The so-called origin of the world's blockbusters is also shown every day. In downtown Los Angeles, apart from office buildings, other buildings are rather dilapidated. Generally, most office workers live in other towns or countryside, driving to and from work every day. Very few people really live in Los Angeles. Little Tokyo is located in downtown Los Angeles, which is supposed to be on the cusp of the storm. But somehow, the atmosphere of this place is quite harmonious, and the buildings are quite exquisite and beautiful compared with other buildings. There are many Japanese imports, skin care products, daily groceries, Cosplay and the surrounding comics in Little Tokyo (of course, the comics sold here are all in English). Two stores are recommended. One specializes in the sales of hellokitty-themed household goods. The other is right at the opposite door of the store and also buys some budding household goods. The sushi shops and Japanese cuisine in Little Tokyo are both good and authentic. The small landscapes in Little Tokyo include the Bell Tower and the Wishing Tree. Little Tokyo and Chinatown are very close and can be reached within ten minutes of walking, so tourists can choose to go through the two places together.
Little Tokyo is not big, mainly Japanese restaurants and gift shops, but the Japanese style is still strong. There is a museum of American and Japanese history nearby. People who like museums should come in when they meet. For tourists, they can take a short rest and adjust here, and they can gain a lot when they are refreshed.