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Plan Check Kitchen + Bar / プランチェック

June 21, 2015

By  Jay Terauchi

Living in Los Angeles, there are a lot of good burger places, such as Umami Burger, Apple Pan, Father’s Office, In n Out, etc.

One of my favorites places for a burger is Plan Check Kitchen + Bar, headed by chef Ernesto Uchimura.

One of my Favorites PCB (Plan Check Burger) (photo by Jay Terauchi)

One of my Favorites PCB (Plan Check Burger) (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Chef Ernesto is the former corporate executive chef at Umami Burger.

Just one of the genius things of this burger is Chef Uchimura’s creation of the ketchup leather. It’s housemade ketchup which has been dehydrated (similar to a fruit roll-up). It’s placed at the bottom of the burger, preventing the burger juices from getting the bottom bun soggy AND you
still get the ketchup flavor, brilliant!

It was a beautiful Los Angeles day, so sitting out on the patio was an easy decision.

It was a beautiful Los Angeles day, so sitting out on the patio was an easy decision (photo by Jay Terauchi)

See What Jay Eats…

Housemade Yuzu Soda (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Housemade Yuzu Soda (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Housemade Yuzu Soda

It couldn’t get any better…

Fries (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Fries (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Fries cooked in beef tallow with smoked salt and served with fresh housemade ketchup

OK, it could get better…

What’s a burger without fries, right?

Smoked Fried Chicken

Smoked Fried Chicken (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Smoked Fried Chicken

Jidori chicken, smoked milk gravy, yam preserves, and spicy pickled okra (served under the 3 pieces of chicken).

The chicken was cooked perfectly and with a nice surprise of the yam preserves and the okra.

For those who want more than a burger,

I suggest checking the daily special board too.

Cruller Donuts

Cruller Donuts (photo by Jay Terauchi)

Cruller Donuts (made to order) served with cream and fruit

Can’t leave without having dessert…

Plan Check Kitchen is not just burgers, it’s has a contemporary menu in a casual atmosphere right on Sawtelle Ave.

Order a drink (full bar) and look over the menu, there are a lot of options and do check the “specials” board.

I suggest ordering the PCB (Plan Check Burger) and if you like crullers, save room for dessert.

(photo by Jay Terauchi)

(photo by Jay Terauchi)


ロスアンジェルスには うまみバーガー、アップルパン、ファーザーズオフィス など美味しいハンバーグ店が沢山ある。

私の好きなバーガー店は シェフアーネストうえむら率いるプランチェックキッ チンプラスバーだ。うえむらシェフは前うまみバーガーの重役シェフだった。

うえむらシェフは豊かな才能でケチャップロールを作り上げた。ホームメイド ケチャップを乾燥させロールにしたものだ。(フルーツロールアップのように)これがバンズの上に置かれているのでパンが濡れてしまわず ケチャップ味も楽しめる。

ヤムとオクラ添えチキンは完壁に焼けあがっている。バーガー 以外をお望みの方には日替わりの書かれているを黒板をチェックする事おすすめ。デザートもお忘れなく。



私のお勧めはPCB(プランチェックバーガー)とお腹にに余裕があれば クルーラー。

Plan Check Kitchen + Bar is located at:

1800 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 444-1411

Yasuko Nail Art / やすこ ネールアート

June 17, 2015

Yasuko Nail Art (photo by Yasuko Yoshinari)

Yasuko Nail Art (photo by Yasuko Yoshinari)

Nail Artist Yasuko Yoshinari

Nail Artist Yasuko Yoshinari (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

When you think of Japanese innovation, the last thing that would come to mind is nail art.  But Japanese nail art is at a whole new level compared to a typical manicure — it is insanely detailed. Even though nail art originates in the US, several nail art techniques come from Japan and there are specific instructional classes dedicated to nail art in Japanese cosmetology school. Additionally, there are magazines dedicated to showcasing nail art with hundred of featured designs and techniques.

Japanese Magazine Dedicated to Nail Art

Japanese Magazine Dedicated to Nail Art (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

I’ve seen a few of my Japanese friends in Los Angeles have these fancy “bedazzled” manicured nails. They all referred me to Yasuko Yoshinari who is a nail artist and works out of the Taka Hair Salon in Sawtelle Japantown. Yasuko is a veteran manicurist who has been honing the nail
art craft for the past 17 years. Yasuko is formally trained in Japan and worked as a nail artist in Japan for several years prior to setting up shop in Los Angeles.


Crystals (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Yasuko Working on a Client's Nails

Yasuko Working on a Client’s Nails (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

For this post, I watched my friend Shinobu get her nail art manicure from Yasuko. She cleaned and filed Shinobu’s nails, started applying a base coat and then various gel colors using different sized brushes. The level of detail and neatness was quite astonishing.  Yasuko casually chatted with me Shinobu while she worked on Shinobu’s nails.  After the nail colors were applied, she pulled out cases of crystals which she applied one by one to the nails using a brush.  These crystals are very small and Yasuko lined each crystal using a brush with ease.  This entire manicure took 1 hour but Yasuko tells me that more complicated ones can take a bit longer.

As you can see from the photos, Yasuko’s nail art is truly a work of art.    It’s too bad that these beautiful manicures generally last for about 3 weeks.  However, I am sure Yasuko’s clients enjoy going back to Yasuko to see what new designs she will create for them.

This Nail Art Costs $80

This Nail Art Design Costs $80 (photo by Yasuko Yoshinari)

Nail art manicure prices range depending on the level of detail and crystals used.  Shinobu’s manicure pictured here was $80.

For those interested in trying a Japanese nail art manicure by Yasuko, she has agreed to give a 20% discount to first time customers.  In order to get the discount, mention SawtelleJapantown.com!

To see more of Yasuko’s amazing nail art creations, visit her Facebook page.

やすこ ネールアート


ロスアンジェルスの数人の友人がピカピカのネイルマニュキワをしているのを見たことが有る。皆 ソーテルジャパンタウンに在るタカサロンのよしなりやすこさんに依るものだった。やすこさんは17年間ネールアートをやっているベテランだ。彼女は日本でトレーニングを受けてロスアンジェルスに来る前数年間は日本で働いた。






(photo by Yasuko Yoshinari)

photo by Yasuko Yoshinari

Yasuko works Thursday through Saturday at Taka Hair Salon in Sawtelle Japantown

Taka Hair Salon

2010 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025


Granada Market / グラナダマーケット

June 14, 2015

Granada Market Exterior

Granada Market Exterior (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Granada Market is a family-owned compact grocery store specializing in sashimi-grade fish, kobe beef & other Japanese specialties.   While this Mom & Pop market might lack in space, it does not lack in high quality and fresh Japanese foods.

Meiji Tofu

Meiji Tofu (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Fresh sashimi grade fish

Fresh Fish (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

A favorite item from the market is Meiji tofu, which can be difficult to find in other Japanese food markets.  It’s known for its extremely soft and silky texture.  Other popular items are the fresh fish selection, Japanese fruits, vegetables and sashimi.  Not to mention, all of the wonderful special items like Japanese dolls that are mixed together with grocery items.
Japanese Dolls with Groceries

Japanese Dolls with Groceries (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Check out their pre-made food which is good for lunch or even an afternoon snack.  Unfortunately, the Mom & Pop shops are disappearing in Sawtelle Japantown so be sure to stop by to support these special neighborhood stores.

Granada Market Aisle

Granada Market Aisle (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)


グラナダマーケットは刺身用魚 神戸ビーフや他のスペシャルな日本食品を売る家族経営の小さなマーケットだ。この店はスペースに欠けているかも知れなが高品質と新鮮さに関しては全く欠けていない。



Granada Market is located at:

1820 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025


Giant Robot 2 GR 2 / ジャイアントロボット 2 GR2

June 7, 2015

Eric Nakamura

Eric Nakamura

By Malcolm Johnson*

One of the things that makes successful ventures successful is the usually the singular vision of one person.  Y’see, the trick is to make something, very narrowly, very specifically you, and then hope others will see the uniqueness of what you’ve done, and hop on board.

Giant Robot owner, Eric Nakamura likes…well, Giant Robots.  He has ever since he was a kid.  He’s also a Sawtelle Japantown guy, having grown up in the area back before it was known as Little Osaka (read Eric’s post on his thoughts to the changes occurring in Sawtelle Japantown).

So what do you do if you if you’re from Sawtelle Japantown and have a hankering for the good stuff in Japanese Pop Culture?  Well, most people would open a Comic Book store and be done with it.  But calling the Giant Robot Store a “comic book store” is seeing things through too narrow a lens.  Sure, Giant Robot is a temple of Japanese Pop Culture and Japanese-American tributes to said Japanese Pop Culture, but it’s more than that.

Sure you can get your books, posters, and T-Shirts over at Giant Robot, but the store has also served as a valuable launching platform for new and emerging brands, like the Ugly Doll. That helped launch UglyCon.  The Giant Robot Store also helped launch the Giant Robot Magazine.

Giant Robot Exterior

Giant Robot Exterior

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All this from the mind of one, open-minded, welcoming and in-the-know entrepreneur.

So what do you do now?

Well, maybe you open a Gallery Space down the block, featuring a rotating Gallery collections of up and coming, cutting edge artists.

That’s what Eric Nakamura did, and he called it GR2.

Again, like Giant Robot the original, GR2 is much more than just a temple of Japanese Pop Culture, it’s an Art Gallery, featuring up and coming artists on a regular basis.  Every once in a while, you may find some known Artists (like DC Comic’s Jim Lee) coming through for a signing or a talk, but Eric has devoted his time and energy to also launching brands through the Giant Robot Stores.  Things like the Ugly Doll, which found their start in the original Giant Robot Store, and have grown to having their own Conventions.

The Artists you may not have heard of, but they’re always worth a look.  Beside, you’ll be able to say you saw ‘em back in the day, before the got big.

GR2 has poetry readings, and most recently an Experimental Game Demonstration featuring the students at USC (University of Southern California).

GR2 set up a bunch of stations just outside the store, most featuring TVs where the Student Programmers could demonstrate their wares.  And it wasn’t just Video Games, there were a few Board or non-electronic games at work also.  Students would man a station for forty minutes, then rotate to a new location to keep things fresh.

They even projected some games on the side of the store, which was also a lot of fun, and brought a great energy to the affair.

There will be more evenings like this.  They are events that Eric is quite proud of, and an idea that Giant Robot wants to build upon.  Events like these help build the community, and that’s nothing but a good thing.  Sawtelle Japantown is an old community.  Maybe one that most locals don’t know about, but it’s been around since the 1920s. It’s got a long history and a proud one.  Still, the official name of the area (as of publication) is only a few months old, and the community is as a whole is starting to see influx of Hipsters.

Nothing wrong with Hipsters, and if they’re here to help keep what Sawtelle Japantown is and has always been, great.  But that’s not been the history of communities like this.  Even Little Tokyo, is finding itself more and more gentrified as time goes on, as more and more of the residents move on to places like Torrance.  Soon, we could find the unique little nugget that is Sawtelle Japantown in the same condition.

But not if the residents have anything to say about it.  Not if people like Eric Nakamura and the Giant Robot stores have anything do with it.   This is an old and proud community.  Long may she reign.

GR2 is as much a labor of love for Eric Nakamura as much as anything else.  He’s totally cool with people just dropping by to see what’s on display, and there’s no pressure to buy anything at the store (even though there are prints available that are ridiculously cheap all things considered.)

If you want to take Photographs of what you see, that’s mostly cool also, but I’d check in with the GR2 Staff to make sure it’s okay.  I can see these varying from artist to artist.

* Contributing writer Malcolm Johnson is the publisher of the food blog Is It Any Good


成功しているビジネスは一人のビジョンから成り立っている事が 多い。その秘密は自分らしさを徹底追求してる事で他の人々がそれに気が付いて 共感することだ。

ジャイアントロボット2 のオーナーは 子供のころからジャイアントロボッㇳが 大好きだった。彼はソーテルジャパンタウンがリトル大阪と言われる前から 住民だった。日本のポップカルチャーが好きな場合大抵ならコミックストアーを作るだけだがそれは視野が狭すぎる。ジャイアントロボッㇳは日本のポップカルチャーの殿堂であり日系人のそれに対するㇳリビューㇳ以上のものがある。本、ポスター、T-シャツを売るが新ブランドアグリードールやアグリーコム誕生のきっかけを作った、ジャイアントロボッㇳマガジンも作った。これら全ては心広く全てを歓迎する企業家が築いた。その後は近くに新人向けギャラリー設立 ジャイアントロボッㇳ2と命名。ここはポップカルチャーの殿堂を超え新人アーテストを毎月展示するギャラリーだ。

たまに有名なアーテストDCコミックのJim Lee 等がきてサイン会をしたりレクチャーしたりするがエリックは店中にブランドを作ることにも力をいれている。アグリードールなどは愛好者の話題にもなっている。無名のアーテストでものちに有名に成る可能性がある。ジャイアントロボッㇳ2では詩の朗読会やUSCの学生をフィーチャーした実験ゲームを行った。外に沢山のステーションを作り学生のプログラマーがーデモを行った。





Monday-Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday-Thursday: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Friday-Saturday: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sunday: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

GR2 is located at:

2062 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025


Gourmet Bites: Spring Rolls / チキン春巻

June 3, 2015

Chicken Spring Rolls with Dressing and Sriracha

Chicken Spring Rolls with Dressing and Sriracha

Front counter at Gourmet Bites

Front counter at Gourmet Bites

There is a hidden lunch spot called Gourmet Bites near my work where I eat their chicken spring rolls at least twice a week.    Although not technically within the parameters of Sawtelle Japantown, it’s pretty close.   Gourmet Bites is located on the ground floor of the City National Bank building on Olympic between Butler and Colby.  The spring rolls are not on Gourmet Bites’ regular menu but is a permanent special item and available Monday through Friday.   These spring rolls are famous at my work place to the point where  I have heard at least three separate elevator conversations about the spring rolls at Gourmet Bites being “so good”.

Chicken Spring Rolls

Gourmet Bites’ Chicken Spring Rolls

Making the Spring Rolls

Making the Spring Rolls

These spring rolls are loaded with vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, alfalfa  sprouts and avocado and they are wrapped in a Vietnamese rice paper wrap which has a chewy consistency.   The grilled chicken is perfectly seasoned and goes well wrapped with the vegetables.  Gourmet Bites adds  peanut sauce and sriraccha to the side to dip the spring rolls, but you can also opt for the Chinese chicken salad dressing as the dipping sauce which also goes well with the spring rolls.

The spring roll order comes with 4 large pieces.  I usually eat 2 of the pieces during lunch time and save the other 2 pieces for a 3 o’clock snack.  It also comes with fruit and a drink.

Gourmet Bites Sign

Gourmet Bites Sign

I usually take the spring rolls back to my desk at work, but there is a nice outdoor courtyard if you wanted to eat there.


私のオフィスの近くに週に2回はチキン春巻きを食べに行くグルメバイツ という隠れたランチスポットがある。ソーテルジャパンタウン内ではないが すごく近い。グルメバイツはオリンピック道りのバトラーとコルビーの間にある ナショナルバンクビル1階にある。春巻きは通常メニューにはないがスペシャル として月曜日から金曜日までいつもある。この春巻きは会社でも有名で エレベーターの中でも春巻きが美味しいという話を何度か耳にした位だ。

中身はレタス、トマト,ニンジン、アルファルファ、アヴォカド等野菜いっぱいで ベトナムの噛みごたえのあるライスペーパーで包まれている。チキンの味付けも 美味しくて野菜などとよく合う。春巻を浸すピーナッツソース,香菜、が そえられている。チャイニーズチキンサラダ用のソースも合う。


私は持ち帰りオフィスで食べるが素敵な外のコートヤードでも 食べられる。

Courtyard Seating

Courtyard Seating

Exterior of City National Bank Building

Exterior of City National Bank Building

Open Monday Through Friday

8am to 3pm

Gourmet Bites is located at:

11500 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064

Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery / やまぐち盆栽園

June 1, 2015

Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery

Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Bonsai Tree

Bonsai Tree (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

The Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery is a second generation family owned business in Sawtelle Japantown that specializes in Bonsai.

What exactly is Bonsai?

Bonsai is an art form that is composed partly of horticulture and partly three-dimensional design.

To qualify, the growing miniature tree must be both a representation of nature and creative expression. Bonsai symbolizes harmony, honor, patience, as well as happiness among friends and family.

Bonsai Tree

Bonsai Tree (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

Special Bonsai Pruning Supplies Sold at Yamaguchi Nursery

Special Bonsai Pruning Supplies Sold at Yamaguchi Nursery (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)

At the Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery, there are a variety and sizes of bonsai for sale, as well as a wide assortment of bonsai supplies. The bonsai trees are truly works of art and it takes a master to be able to prune and shape the trees in various forms. The nursery also
offers an extensive selection of plant varieties and there is a constant introduction of fabulous new and unusual plants that will flourish in a garden. Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery boasts of offering plants for a variety of garden designs — from classic, cottage, and tropical to contemporary, eco-friendly and zen. Stop to check out this incredible bonsai nursery that has been in business for over 60 years.


Succulents (photo by SawtelleJapantown.com)


ソーテルジャパンタウンのにある やまぐち盆栽園は 盆栽専門の二代目のファミリービジネス。



やまぐち盆栽園では あらゆる種類の盆栽が 盆栽用資材と共に売られている。盆栽は芸術であり型作りの選定は素人には難しい。この店では多種類の植物を揃えている。常に新品種も紹介している。やまぐち盆栽園は モダン からクラシック,トロピカル コテイジ エコ 禅に合う植物を提供している。60年続くこの素晴らしい盆栽園は必見。

For more photos from Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery, go to our Facebook Page.

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Saturday Winter Hours 8:30AM – 5PM

Sunday 9AM – 4:30PM

Closed most holidays – or open for fewer hours

Yamaguchi Bonsai Nursery is located at:

1905 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025

Satsuma Imports

May 28, 2015

Satsuma Imports Exterior

Satsuma Imports Exterior

Mr. and Mrs. Sakai

Mr. and Mrs. Sakai

Walk into Satsuma Imports and you’ll see several family pictures hanging from the walls.  Owners Mr. and Mrs. Sakai are always busy at work here.  Whether it be answering questions about the Japanese makeup line Shiseido, wrapping gifts (a free service of the shop), or ringing up orders, this adorable couple are very helpful to their customers.  Satsuma Imports has been open for business for a few decades.  The shop items as the store name says are imported from Japan, and they truly make unique and authentic gifts.  Some of the most popular gifts are listed below:

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Vintage Japanese Kimono

Vintage Japanese Kimono

1. The Japanese Kimono –  If you are looking to buy a vintage silk Kimono, you can purchase one here for roughly $150.00 and there are a variety to choose from.

2. Sake Sets – These make great gifts for friends and family, not to mention to have at home when entertaining.

3. Japanese Dish Sets – These come complete with a set of chopsticks.  They are lovely Japanese dish sets that are actually made in Japan, not in China.  Be sure to get them wrapped in the fancy wrapping paper before you leave the shop.

4. Tea Pots and Kettles – Beautiful designs and unique items for gifts or to just simply dress up your kitchen with color.

Shisedo Makeup

Shisedo Makeup

5. Shiseido – Satsuma Imports carries the Japanese line of Shiseido cosmetics and they have two other lines that are not carried in other stores.

When planning your visit, be sure to visit during the week.  Shop is not open on weekends.

Tea Kettles

Tea Kettles


薩摩インポートには 本物でユニークな日本製の製品が揃えられています。店に入ると家族写真が飾られオーナーのさかい御夫妻は資生堂化粧品への質問に答えたり、ギフトを包んだり(料金なし)発注したりと何時も忙しく働いています。この日本から来たオーナーはお客様に大変親切で数十年間商売をしており店の名前が示すように日本から輸入した本当にユニークで確実な品揃えはしギフトに最適です。

Japanese vases

Japanese vases













Satsuma Imports is located at:

2029 Sawtelle Blvd Los Angeles, California 90025

Hello Kitty Exhibition Closing Reception

May 25, 2015

Hello Kitty Exhibition

Hello Kitty Exhibition

Wall of Hello Kitty  Backpacks

Wall of Hello Kitty Backpacks

On Friday, I attended the closing reception party of the “Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty” exhibition at the Japanese American National Museum in downtown Los Angeles.   The Hello Kitty exhibit was held as part of the Hello Kitty’s 40th-anniversary celebration.   The closing reception occurred in advance of the actual exhibition ending date of May 31, 2015.  In addition to the displays of Hello Kitty products through the years,  a selection of artworks inspired by Hello Kitty by contemporary artists were on display.  I am a big fan of Sanrio and grew up with Hello Kitty items so I was excited see the exhibit.

Hello Kitty Bento

Hello Kitty Bento

Various Hello Kitty Products

Various Hello Kitty Products

The exhibit was filled with items that I either owned or recognized and it brought me back to my childhood.   Back in the late 70s, my family was one of the few Japanese families living in Houston, Texas and I recall my friends crowding around me whenever I brought a Hello Kitty item to school.  At the exhibit, there were several displays of Hello Kitty consumer products including a wall of backpacks, bento items and electronic products.



Yoskay Yamamoto

Yoskay Yamamoto

The best part of the reception was that attendees could get their official exhibition program signed by the artists who contributed artworks to the exhibition.  When talking to some of the artists about this blog, many of the artists indicated that have exhibited artworks at Sawtelle Japantown business Giant Robot or GR2.  In fact, husband and wife artist team of Kozyndan was the first art exhibitor at Giant Robot back in 2002.  Artist Yoskay Yamamoto, an artist known for fusing urban art with traditional and mythical Japanese elements, will be exhibiting at GR2 with other Japanese artists sometime in October (check Giant Robot’s schedule of events for Yoskay’s upcoming show).

Simone Legno of Tokidoki

Simone Legno of Tokidoki

Another artist who has shown at Giant Robot is Simone Legno, creator of the Tokidoki brand, an innovative line of apparel, handbags, and accessories.   Tokidoki is known for collaboration projects with other companies such as Sanrio and LeSportSac.  Legno created a large sculpture called Kittypatra at the exhibit using trademark Tokidoki imagery. Legno has strong ties to Sawtelle Japantown as he lives nearby and has an affinity to Japanese culture.

Souther Salazar

Souther Salazar

Martin Hsu and Mark Nagata

Martin Hsu and Mark Nagata

Signed Page by Mark Nagata

Signed Page by Mark Nagata

The artists that signed my program were: Becca “Hello Kitty Hello”, Edwin Ushiro “Shading in a Heavy Line”, Jeni Yang “Merry Go Round”, Kozyndan “Kitty Visions”, “Hello Kitty Kaiju”, Martin Hsu “Hello Kitty Transcendence”, Michael Courville “Hello Kitty in Bloom”, Nicole Maloney “Hello Kitty All Stacked Up!”,  Simone Legno “Kittypatra”, Souther Salazar “Radiant Kitty”, and Yoskay Yamamoto “Space Kitty”.

Sanrio's First Collaboration with Paul Frank's Julius

Sanrio’s First Collaboration with Paul Frank’s Julius

In addition, Sanrio did its first collaboration with the monkey Julius by artist Paul Frank. He was on hand to sign programs.

I am glad that I was able to attend the exhibit before the ending date. And for those of you who have not attended the exhibition, you have until May 31st before the exhibit officially ends.  If you like Hello Kitty, this is a must go see exhibit!

For more photos from the Hello Kitty Closing Reception, go to SawtelleJapantown.com’s Facebook Page.




この展示に協力したアーテイストがプログラムにサインしてくれてうれしかった。このブログを書くために作品提供者のアーチストとお話したところ多くがソーテルジャパンタウンにある店ジャイアントロボッㇳ、GR2に出展したことがある。2002年 コジンダン夫妻の作品が最初の展示をした。10月には日本の日本テイストが入ったヒュージョンの絵を描くヨースケイヤマモトが他の日本人アーテイストと共に展示する。(詳細はGR2スケジュール参照)



終わる前に展示を見られて良かった。見ていない方には31日まで展示されている。 ハローキティ愛好会には必見お勧め。

The Japanese American National Museum is located at: