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Little Tokyo Service Center

Little Tokyo Service Center  | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

231 E. Third Street
G106
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Founded in 1979 by a group of Japanese Americans activists who wanted to form a multipurpose social service center, Little Tokyo Service Center aimed to provide linguistically and culturally sensitive social services to the Little Tokyo community and the broader Japanese American community in Southern California.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, LTSC began advocating for the housing rights of low-income residents who were being evicted to make way for private development. Out of this struggle, the community development arm of LTSC was formed in 1994.

Today, our focus is to promote community control and self-determination in Little Tokyo and with our partners while continuing to provide social services to those in need.

Contact


Phone: (213) 473-3030
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