Little Tokyo: Where the Japanese American Culture, Food, and Shopping Are Anything But Little

Awesome Japanese cultural experience in America with great food, shopping, and art. By Shopping Syndra Did you know there are basically only three “Japantowns” in the United States? Japantown in San Jose, CA; Japantown in San Francisco, CA; and the subject of this article, Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles, …

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Indulge on Waffles for National Waffle Day at H-Cafe, Baldoria & More!

  August 24 is National Waffle Day, and we think you should totally take this chance–or any chance, really–to get some waffles! We’ve rounded up a few restaurants having specials to celebrate the occasion. Restaurant: H-Café Location: Koreatown About: Located on West 8th Street, adjacent to the newly renovated H Hotel …

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The Ritz Paris’ Chef François Perret to stop by Grand Central Market for FREE desserts

  LOS ANGELES, CA — Grand Central Market is one of DTLA and Los Angeles’s hottest spots for its vibrant atmosphere and choice foods. It’s about to get even more exciting on Thursday, March 14; then, François Perret, Pastry Chef at The Ritz Paris, will be at Grand Central Market …

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The Best Hidden Gem in Huntington Park is a French-Style Crepe Restaurant: Nina’s Cafe

This cute, cozy, and classy hidden gem in Huntington Park has brunch, crepes, and more. By Foodie Freddie Don’t count out the Huntington Park dining scene, because Nina’s Cafe might be singlehandedly putting it on the map. The terms “hidden gem” and “jewel” and “hole in the wall” seem to …

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Sakuraya (Mochi and Manju)

Authentic small business selling Japanese mochi and manju. Definitely a must-go for a lover of desserts but also for anyone wanting to try something that’s not super common here in America.WHERE: 16134 S Western Ave, Gardena, CA 90247WHAT: Mochi, manju, traditional Japanese dessert, authentic, Japanese culture, Japanese-American culture, welcomingWHEN: Year-roundHOW …

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