Saturday, June 25th promises Downtown over 20 independent artisans plus musical entertainment outdoors at Little Tokyo’s second- largest entertainment/ shopping hub known as Weller Court.
Presented by Bozu LA and Higashi and Kikuch owners of the Kiosk Boys, the event has made a positive impact on over 20 independent artisans plus musical entertainment outdoors at Little Tokyo’s second- largest entertainment/ shopping hub known as Weller Court.
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Founded in 1884, street fairs have been wildly popular in Little Tokyo for a very long time.
Just outside the Weller Court tri-level structure that holds its established brick and mortars and works famous photo opp attraction “tunnel of lights” are clusters of 10 by 10 kiosks operated by a rotating list of artisans known to the neighborhood and to the fair.
Each kiosk offers something truly unique, making Weller Court an absolute treasure hunt of Japanese culture, Souvenirs, and heartfelt mementos.
The Kiosk Boys sell one-of-a-kind custom clothing items blending urban fashion with art and musical influences.
Bozu LA sells Downtown’s most popular good luck charm; your new best roomie, a handcrafted BOZU potted-planted to match your personality.
Vendors include: Sweet Peony, Honey Gem Drops, Canyon Collection, From Flowers, She’s Two Crafty, Liz’s Craft shop, Mini Katana the Sugar Witch and others.
“This street fair represents a celebration of hard work and dedication,” Higashi and Kikuch told DTLA Weekly. “[We want to] bring together like-minded people pursuing their passions.”
Little Tokyo Street Fair is happening at 123 Astronaut Drive on June 25th, 12pm to 6pm. www.kioskboys.com