Established in 1999, the Little Tokyo Community Council (LTCC) is the nonprofit community coalition of residents, businesses, property owners, religious, cultural, and community orgniazations, and other vested stakeholders who care about Little Tokyo, located in downtown Los Angeles. LTCC advocates on behalf of the Little Toyo community, providing an inclusive space where key community issues can be discussed, and organizes the community to speak with one voice for Little Tokyo's best interests.
In 2019, LTCC is celebrating our 20th Anniversary with a year-long celebration to build awareness of the work of LTCC and key issues facing Little Tokyo. We invite you to join us in celebrating the work LTCC has done over the past two decades fighting for a strong and vibrant future for Little Tokyo by supporting our 20th Anniversary Campaign. Funds raised will support the work of LTCC and strengthen our efforts to advocate on behalf of Little Tokyo.
Over 130 years old, Little Tokyo is the second oldest neighborhood in Los Angeles and one of three remaining historic Japantowns in the nation. Little Tokyo continues to the the cultural home and hub to the Southern California Japanese American community.