17 "Little Tokyo" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Bargain hunting for sushi rarely yields good results. Unless you’re going to Sushi Gen.
Shin-Sen-Gumi is a build-your-own ramen concept that actually isn’t that gimmicky.
Men Oh Tokushima isn’t the most well-known ramen spot in Little Tokyo, but it’s easy going atmosphere makes it a favorite.
Kasih is an Indonesian restaurant in Little Tokyo that works well for a nice casual dinner you don’t have to plan in advance.
Shojin is a vegan sushi restaurant in Little Tokyo and a unique dining experience from start to finish.
This divey Little Tokyo staple serves solid Asian fusion bar food and recently became known as a craft beer haven as well.
High Tide is a colorful bar/restaurant in the Arts District with a great patio for day drinking.
Sake Dojo is a Little Tokyo izakaya that specializes in sake and Japanese craft beer.
Wolf & Crane is a big, casual bar in Little Tokyo that’s full of locals and Japanese whiskey.
Caffe Dulce is a counter-serve coffee shop serving solid baked goods in Little Tokyo.
Midori Matcha in Little Tokyo is serving the matcha-flavored soft serve of your ice cream dreams.
Mikawaya in Little Tokyo is the birthplace of one of the greatest inventions in the 20th century - mochi ice cream.
Daikokuya is the mother of LA ramen and still holds up in its fantastic Little Tokyo space.