Rebuild Japan

Little Tokyo Design Week supports Japan Platform through the U.S.  Japan Council Earthquake Relief Fund

Please be sure to visit the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: A Photojournalistic Exhibition of the Disaster Container Gallery which will be located on the Plaza of the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center to make a donation to help rebuild Japan. 

Your donation will greatly help the people who have suffered and continue to suffer from the disaster of March 11. Any funds donated will be disbursed to Japan Platform (JPF), an international emergency humanitarian aid organization which offers more effective and prompter emergency aid, in response to the world situation, focusing on the issues of refugees and natural disaster, as well as other US Japan Council supported organizations. Go to the website for more information or to make an online donation.

www.usjapancouncil.org/fund

 

We are currently seeking sponsorship for the July 2011 festival. Contributions at all levels will help fund artist installations, student exhibits, and live events such as symposiums and film screenings which will all be provided free of charge to the public. We hope you will join us in bringing this first time event to life in the streets of Little Tokyo!

Click here to make a secure contribution to this fund now.

 

EVENT MAP

 

EVENT PARKING


    
For more information go to: http://www.elittletokyo.com/En/parking.htm


1. Public Parking Lot #2

2. Public Parking Lot #7

3. Little Tokyo Mall Parking

4. Advanced Parking System

5. Japanese Village Plaza Parking

6. 401 Alameda 1 Hr Parking

7. Honda Plaza Parking

8. Five Star Parking

9. Brunswig Square Parking

10. Kyoto Grand Hotel Parking

11. Weller Court Parking


12. Public Parking


13. Joe's Auto Parks


14. Professional Build Parking


15. Little Tokyo Galleria Parking


16. Kajima Auto Park

17. Unified Parking

 

Metro, Metrolink Add New Transit Services for I-405 Closure July 16-17.

Los Angeles, Calif. (June 23, 2011): In efforts to further encourage the public to utilize transit as much as possible instead of driving during the planned I-405 closure weekend July 16-17, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Metrolink have both bolstered their planned transit services for the closure weekend.

View this document online:
http://www.piersystem.com/go/doc/2511/1123899

LADWP
LA Emergency Management Department LAEMD:
http://www.piersystem.com/go/site/2511


For more information contact:

Veronica Hendrix
LA EMD
(213) 484-4894
(213) 505-5461
veronica.hendrix@lacity.org