The Japanese American National Museum has something for anyone who’s interested in learning more about Japanese-American culture and heritage. Exhibits have been known to range from Hello Kitty to an Oshogatsu Family Festival, the latter celebrating the beginning of the Year of the Sheep. An exhibit called Common Ground documented the Japanese-American immigrant experience through World War II.
Locals appreciate the museum experience here, and say the docents are knowledgeable and helpful in the guidance they offer to museum visitors. The Japanese American National Museum’s location in Little Tokyo makes it convenient to many local restaurants, and the parking lot across the street is affordable. Take advantage of the Japanese American National Museum’s many family-oriented activities, which include sing-alongs and storytelling.
Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012