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Going to L.A. you might as well come and visit. Many old shops and many new. Right next to little Tokyo.
Chinatown is a festive destination for dining and shopping. Pagoda-style buildings with red lanterns house traditional Chinese restaurants, dim sum houses and bakeries, plus specialty grocery stores and gift shops. There’s also the temples, small art galleries and dark bars.
Not much to see except a bakery, cheap items, and an anime toy store. Highly suggest checking out Little Jewel of New Orleans though. This place is mostly popping during Chinese events.
Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles, California that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central Los Angeles in 1938. The area includes restaurants, shops and art galleries but also has a residential neighborhood with a low-income, aging population of…
Take the train into Union Station. Change to the Metro Gold Line and be in Chinatown in five minutes. Lots of places to walk to, gift shops and Asian restaurants with authentic flavors of the Orient to experience.
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“Traditional Japanese village with food and shopping. Near Japanese American Museum.”
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“We are about a 20-30 minute drive (depending on traffic) if you are attending an event.”
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“DOWNTOWN Insider tip - The viewing deck on the top floor of city hall is open to the public (for free) during normal business hours! Check it out for a great view of the city!”
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