2015 Nisei Week Hawaiian Luau and Opportunity Draw

On March 14, 2015, the Nisei Week Hospitality Committee will again host the fun and entertaining Hawaiian Luau and Opportunity Drawing. Actress Tamlyn Tomita will emcee the event, with special performance by Halau Hula a Kawika Laua’o Leinani. Food will be provided by King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant. Tickets are $35/adult, $15/children 12 & under, $400/corporate table (priority seating for 10 guests). The luau will be held at the LA Hompa Hongwanji Buddhist Temple (Nishi) at 815 E. 1st Street, […]

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Los Angeles Clippers Japanese American Community Night

Come out once again to the 2015 LA Clippers Japanese American Community Night, March 4, 2015, where the LA Clippers will play the Portland Trailblazers. Game time is 7:30 pm. The night will include a special performance by Yuujou Daiko and a meet/greet with the 2014 Nisei Week Queen and Court. Tickets are Upper Center: $35 or Loge Baseline: $65. Tickets for this event must be purchased in advance. This promotion will not be available at the box office. Tickets […]

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Nisei Week Bowling Tournament A Success!

2014 Nisei Week Court had a good time at the 2015 Nisei Week Bowling Tournament. To read about the event, click here.

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2014 Nisei Week Queen Tori Nishinaka-Leon,  Tori Angela Nishinaka-Leon was crowned the 2014 Nisei Week Queen on Saturday, August 9, during the Nisei Week Japanese Festival’s coronation event at the Japan America Theatre in Little Tokyo. Former 2013 Nisei Week Queen Lauren Iwata passed on her reign to Nishinaka-Leon, whose parents are Bernard E. Leon, Jr. and Vicky Leon of Los Angeles. Five other ladies also took center stage to compete for the title of the 2014 Nisei Week Queen […]

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The 2014 Nisei Week Japanese Festival queen candidates took center stage for their first official coming-out appearance to various community leaders, local dignitaries, family and friends at the Opening Ceremony event held Sunday, July 13 at the Japanese American National Museum. The six candidates will compete for the title of Nisei Week Queen on Saturday, August 9, 7 p.m., at the Coronation Ball at the Aratani Japan America Theatre in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. The dinner prior to the coronation ball […]

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