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Tips van locals

Wina
Wina
October 06, 2019
Great neighborhood in DTLA with lots of restaurants/bars and sushi joints all within walking distance of each other.
Michelle
Michelle
September 18, 2019
Little Tokyo is full of many tiny shops and eateries! Go to Tea Master (in guidebook) and walk around this area.
Stefania
Stefania
September 12, 2019
Sushi, ramen, and cute little japanese style shops.
Ellyse
Ellyse
September 06, 2019
Little Tokyo is amazing! If you want authentic family-style japanese food, or okonomiyaki, dango, ramen, udon, this is the place for you. Beware the parking might be a hassle. There are a lot of goods store, daiso(10cents shop), restaurants and snack places including cool bars for you to experience…
Gary
Gary
August 21, 2019
Little Tokyo also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnically Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles and the heart of the largest Japanese-American population in North America.

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Hotel
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Park
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Italiaans restaurant
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Skating Rink
“Though this Spanish-inspired plaza has seen better days—blame it on a postmodern makeover and some unsavory fixtures—it remains Downtown’s central public space. The park hosts events throughout the year, including a Wednesday farmers’ market, summer concerts and a winter ice skating rink, but it’s worth a visit anytime for its views of the surrounding iconic 1920s- and ’30s-built edifices.”
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Los Angeles, CA