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Explore the historic Sawtelle Boulevard in West Los Angeles, California with Huell Howser. Sawtelle Boulevard was home to many Japanese-American shops and restaurants and remains a street of historical significance.
It’s like stepping back in time. A glimpse of what life was like in California during the 1920s, 30s and 40s. And this look back is made even more fascinating because it is from the Japanese-American perspective through the medium of home movies! In this special one-hour edition of “California’s Gold,” host Huell Howser visits Continue Reading »
Join Huell as he takes a look at the history of this Japanese American community in downtown Los Angeles, including the annual Nisei Parade and all its festivities: traditional tea ceremony; Ikebana or flower arranging and bonsai exhibits, plus more. Japanese American National Museum 369 East First Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 213-625-0414 Nisei Week information: Continue Reading »