Little Tokyo Lofts
Little Tokyo Lofts has the largest Japanese-American population in North America, additionally Little Tokyo is one of only three official “Japan-towns” in the entire country. Since it was declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1995, this beautiful, vibrant area has become one of Los Angeles’ most popular real estate destinations.
Little Tokyo Lofts, bordered by Main Street, Alameda, 4th Street and 1st Street, is an extremely walkable area, therefore the sense of community here is palpable. With plenty of shopping and world-class dining, it’s no wonder urbanites are clamoring to buy lofts and other real estate in this picture-perfect enclave.Click to view all Homes for Sale in Little Tokyo
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Little Tokyo Real Estate
People looking for Little Tokyo real estate typically know exactly what they want: historic, beautiful and charming homes that are close to all the necessary amenities. There’s something for everyone in this area, because of the recently revitalized lofts to spacious condos with spectacular views.
Little Tokyo Lofts: Los Angeles’ Best-Kept Secret
There are two exceptional buildings in this friendly community: Little Tokyo Lofts and Savoy Lofts. Each has its own distinct character, however all the real estate here has one thing in common – residents love where they live.
Little Tokyo, Los Angeles: Shops and Restaurants
Clothing, books, accessories and art abound in the Japanese Village Plaza, the area’s prime shopping destination. There are shops for everyone here, including specialty stores, hobby shops and so much more.
In addition to California’s best Japanese restaurants, you’ll find a variety of cuisines in this neighborhood. We have French-Japanese bakeries, a Hawaiian hotspot and several other great eateries.
Things to Do in Little Tokyo
Parts of Little Tokyo, because of its mid-town location feel like they’re centuries removed from the modern buzz of Los Angeles. The Koyasan Buddhist Temple and the Higashi Honganji Buddhist Temple both have tranquil gardens and quiet, serene spaces, as does the James Irvine Japanese Garden at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center.
The Go for Broke Monument, a tribute to the Japanese-American soldiers who served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and the Union Center for the Arts are also located here, therefore there’s always something to do or see.
LA’s Little Tokyo Schools
Little Tokyo is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, and residents are eligible to apply to schools in the Belmont Zone of Choice.
Little Tokyo Elementary Schools
- 9th Street Elementary
Little Tokyo Middle Schools
- Hollenbeck Middle School
Little Tokyo High Schools
Schools within the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex:
- Academic Leadership Community
- Business and Tourism
- LA School of Global Studies
- School of Social Justice
Students here may also attend:
- Belmont Senior High
- Belmont Senior High – Los Angeles Teacher Preparatory Academy
- Edward R. Roybal Learning Center
- Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts
Little Tokyo Commute
Because of Little Tokyo’s convenient location, commuting to other neighborhoods is typically simple. From the center of Little Tokyo to:
- The Arts District: 0.8 miles
- The Historic Core: 1 mile
- Bunker Hill: 1.2 miles
- The Financial District: 1.5 miles
- The Fashion District: 1.6 miles
- City West: 1.7 miles
- South Park: 6.6 miles
Little Tokyo is also within walking distance from the Civic Center and Union Station Metro stations, as well.
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