Lots to Love About Valentine’s Day in Little Tokyo

Heart-shaped vegan donuts available at Donatsu in Little Tokyo for Valentine’s Day. 
Photo provided courtesy of Donatsu.

 Love is in the air in Little Tokyo this Valentine’s Day! There is a lot to love about a magical evening in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles with your gals, pals or significant other while exploring the wonders of Little Tokyo’s vibrant atmosphere. Go Little Tokyo is your neighborhood guide to Los Angeles’ ultimate Valentine’s Day destination from romantically-delicious dining experiences, spectacular evening entertainment and decadent desserts.
Treat your sweetheart to a romantic evening at Kasih LA for a one-of-a-kind modern Indonesian cuisine experience. The delectable five-course Valentine’s Dinner features flavorful pescatarian, vegetarian or meat options paired with a glass of Champagne. Since Kasih essentially translates to love, affection and care in the Indonesian language, it is only right to celebrate with the one you love in Kasih’s lovely environment.
Grab your girls for a ladies’ night out at one of Los Angeles’ hottest new cocktail spots, Peruvian Nikkei cuisine restaurant Yapa. Toast to love and friendship with your favorite gals on Galentine’s Day with Yapa’s exclusive new Happy Hour menu featuring a selection of $8 specials every Wednesday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Savor mouthwatering appetizers like flavorful beef skewers or skip to dessert for a scrumptious sorbet.
End the evening on a sweet-note at Little Tokyo’s very own Donatsu. Share a decadent, heart-shaped hand-crafted vegan donut with your sweetheart. Spread the flavorful love with a dozen more gourmet vegan donuts to go and 10% off all dozen orders. The sweet Instagram-worthy creations will complete your evening outing with the one you love!
While Valentine’s Day in the U.S. is traditionally celebrated on February 14th, the holiday of love traces back to the 1950s in Japan with a different tradition. In Japanese culture, Valentine’s Day signified a day where traditionally women would present men with various chocolates. White Day was later established and is celebrated on March 14th, where men would then return the love and appreciation to women by gifting them with sweet treats. Whether you celebrate the traditional Japanese way or not, be sure to stop by Senka Cafe on Onizuka Way next to Weller Court and select the perfect Valentine’s Chocolates for your significant other, gal, pal or friend.
Adventure awaits in Little Tokyo this Valentine’s Day! From a romantic dinner, world-class cocktails or exciting night entertainment, Go Little Tokyo offers an array of experiences for everyone in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Discover more dining experiences and exclusive night entertainment offered in Little Tokyo at golittletokyo.com.

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