Terminal Island Japanese Memorial, Los Angeles

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  • The Japanese Fishermans Memorial,located on Terminal Island,Los Angeles,California,is a scenic portside memorial dedicated to The Japanese fishing village and the community that lived and worked...  more »
  • I am sorry but I need to use the online words. " In 1941, 3,000 first and second-generation Japanese made their homes in an area of Terminal Island known as East San Pedro. The Japanese Fishing...  more »
  • as public transportation cannot take you all the way to the memorial, lyft or drive yourself here. traffic here can be dangerous and there are no paths for walkers, runners, bicyclists, etc. the picture was merely for the sake of irony, a memorial to japanese fishing has a sign that reads, "no fishing, no trespassing." other than this, it is another historic gem hidden in l.a. that ought be made more recognized and on display for tourists and angelinos. enjoy the show 🇺🇸🇯🇵
  • Somber reminder of how fragile freedom is and how we should learn from our past.

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