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Little Tokyo

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Little Tokyo

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Downtown Southeast of the Civic Center; bounded by 1st, Los Angeles, CA
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Union StationLos Angeles Metro Rail8 min
Little Tokyo/Arts DistrictLos Angeles Metro Rail2 min
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Hollywood Sightseeing and Celebrity Homes Tour by Open-Top Bus

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Save your time wandering around Los Angeles on your own searching for celebrity hot spots. This guided tour of Hollywood and celebrity homes takes you through neighborhoods jam-packed with star-owned homes. Plus your guide knows the quickest ways around the LA traffic to show you the most famous attractions such as the Hollywood Sign and Rodeo Drive all in just a few hours.
$35.00 per adult
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wdl wrote a review Oct 13
Sunnyvale, California492 contributions229 helpful votes
It's a relatively small area in downtown LA, maybe a couple of blocks, with the Japanese Village Plaza being the focal point, with a lot of restaurants and shops. There is also the Japanese American National museum, which was closed, but I think may be of some interest. Different than Koreatown, Little Tokyo does not look like the place where Japanese people actually live, so it is basically a big mall, but may be good enough to have a good meal, dessert, and stroll for a couple of hours. In fact, this is what our family did, at lunch time, on our last day in LA, before heading home. We had ramen at Daikokuya with a bubble tea at Boteaga, a soft serve ice cream at Honeymee (my son's all time favorite), and spending some time in the Japanese souvenir shops in the Village. Also, they have some stores specialized in mangas, animes, and Japanese action figures (used and new), with items I only find on the Internet. It was worth the last couple of hours in LA.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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finley wrote a review Aug 2020
Los Angeles, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
i'd say its a busy city during the day colorful at night. I'd love to go there. best place to taste sushi!!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ferociouscat wrote a review Aug 2020
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Great location. Japanese grocery store (Nijiya), bakery and many restaurants. About half of the stores were closed due to COVID-19. Most workers were Hispanic with no knowledge on Japanese items, so don't expect answers if you have questions. There is a parking garage behind the water fountain. There were many dining options, not only Japanese, but Korean, Chinese and other cuisines. Japanese American National Museum was closed due to COVID-19, but I would like to visit one day. I just visited the monument outside the museum. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
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Date of experience: July 2020
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George K. wrote a review May 2020
Athens, Greece98 contributions79 helpful votes
Just a cute road. Not something special. If you have only few days in Los Angeles, don't lose your time to visit it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Claire M wrote a review Apr 2020
Leatherhead, United Kingdom72 contributions33 helpful votes
Stumbled across this neighbourhood by accident on the way to somewhere but hopped out and had a nice walk about and some yummy food from the supermarket. Worth a diversion off the normal tourist routes.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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