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Sat., February 2, 2019: Monthly Meeting, 9am-11am | This month: Senor Fish at 155 S. Main St. & E. 2nd St. Usually at the LTHS office at 319 E. Second St., #203 (within Uyehara Travel in Little Tokyo Mall), L.A. 90012 Read more..
UPCOMING LTHS EVENTS:
"2019 IMAGINE LITTLE TOKYO SHORT STORY CONTEST" UNDER WAY!
LTHS seeks fictional short stories for its sixth annual Imagine Little Tokyo short story contest in the categories of English, Japanese and youth (18 and younger). Each category winner will be awarded $500 in cash with their story being published in The Rafu Shimpo and Discover Nikkei website. The deadline is January 31, 2019. Please go to the Projects tab for the guidelines.
2019 SHINNENKAI NEW YEAR'S LUNCHEON
The LTHS 2019 Shinnenkai New Year’s Luncheon will be on Saturday, February 2 at 11:30 A.M. to around 2:00 P.M. at Señor Fish at 155 S. Main St. and 2nd St. which is to the rear of the LAPD headquarters building. Tacos, salad and chips lunch, dessert and beverages for $25 per person will be collected at the door. The guest presenter is Donald Spivack who had a significant role in the nomination process of the Little Tokyo National Historic Landmark District that encompasses the north side of East First Street which received the designation in 1995 by the U.S. Department of the Interior. There is no parking on the premises so parking can be found throughout Little Tokyo. Please RSVP by January 31 at email@example.com or leave a message at 310-214-2312.
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LTHS Happi Coat is Now Available for $35.00!
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English Language category: James Toma for "Life at the (Little Tokyo) Budokan", Japanese, Language category: Akira Tsurukame for "A New Hobby at Seventy-Seven" ("Kiju no Tenarai"), and Youth category: Madeline Parga for "Remembering". Each winner received a $500 cash prize, a certificate and will have their story published on the LTHS website, in The Rafu Shimpo, and on Discover Nikkei website. The stories of Little Tokyo--past, present or future--captured the "sprit and sense" of the historic 134 year old neighborhood. Please go to the Projects tab for the guidelines. Read more...
Sei Fujii, a 1911 USC law school graduate, was posthumously awarded honorary admission to the State Bar of California on approval by the Supreme Court of California on May 24, 2017. This multifaceted LTHS project committee is led by members Jeffrey Gee Chin and Carole Fujita and partnered with the Japanese American Bar Association. Read more...