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.
Koyasan Buddhist Temple
Go For Broke NEC
Japanese American National Museum
Water Grill (Los Angeles)
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar(Los Angeles)