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Little Tokyo Business Association, Los Angeles - Little Tokyo

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244 S San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
 
Map of Little Tokyo Business Association, Los Angeles - Little Tokyo, 244 S San Pedro St, Los Angeles

Gaman is the Japanese word for 'patience.' It can also be translated in American parlance as 'hang in there' or 'stay strong.'

Little Tokyo Strong encapsulates our community's commitment to face the challenges before us as we survive the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis together.

Since its founding in 1884, Little Tokyo has enthusiastically welcomed all to shop, dine, worship, do business, and live here. We have survived for 136 years, through the Great Depression, World War II, the economic downturn of 1990-92, and the financial crisis of 2008. Each time, Little Tokyo has come back, stronger than ever.

While we can't predict the exact day that health restrictions will be lifted and life will return to some type of normalcy, we promise that Little Tokyo will once again be the community you have come to love and enjoy. In the meantime, 'Gaman!'

   

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