Peace Plaza and shopping mall; Ruth Asawa's incredible wrought and cast bronze origami fountains on the Nihonmachi Pedestrian Mall

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Peace Plaza and shopping mall; Ruth Asawa's incredible wrought and cast bronze origami fountains on the Nihonmachi Pedestrian Mall.

Peace Plaza and shopping mall; Ruth Asawa's incredible wrought and cast bronze origami fountains on the Nihonmachi Pedestrian Mall. At the center entrance to the Japan Center is a five-tiered Peace Pagoda, it was designed by world-famous Japanese architect Yoshiro Taniguchi. The Center opened in 1968.


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About Japantown

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Japantown and Nearby Sights on Map

Webster Bridge

The bridge's design was inspired by traditional Japanese pedestrian walkways

Sundance Kabuki 8 Theater

Home to the annual San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, this state of the art theater features foreign and independent films, with beer and wine served in two of the theaters, and a bar with appetizers on the top floor

Atherton House

An 1881 Victorian mansion that was built for Mrs

Lafayette Park

Another little oasis park in the heart of Pacific Heights ? like its neighbor Alta Plaza Park, it is pristinely kept by local residents and it also has excellent views over the Bay

Spreckles Mansion

This white 'Beaux-Arts' limestone mansion was built in 1913 by sugar baron Adolph Spreckles

Sgt. John Macaulay Park

Named in honor of a police sergeant who died on duty, this vibrantly colored park and playground only allows adults in if they are accompanied by kids

Haas Lilienthal House

This is an 11,500 square foot Queen Anne Victorian, built solely out of redwood in 1886 for William Haas

Little Saigon

A tiny two block strip of Larkin St houses an active Vietnamese American community where the vast majority of shops and restaurants are Vietnamese owned and operated

Painted Ladies

Herbst Theater

Herbst Theater, next to the Opera house in the similarly-styled War Memorial Veteran's building is host to a wide variety of activities