The Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo returned Friday subsequent to shutting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The museum’s entryways opened at 11 a.m. Friday to guests with reservations.
Following state and neighborhood health guidelines, visitors should now reserve a spot ahead of time because of the museum’s ability limits.
A few guests said they required the association with the museum in the wake of rising enemy of Asian hate in episodes locally and the nation over.
“I’m somewhat humiliated to concede this however I’m a tremendous Hello Kitty fan,” said participant Yzabelle Arias. “She’s from Japan so I simply needed to find out about Japanese culture and afterward what’s happening right now in our country about Asian hate, I like to teach myself too.”
For the time being, the museum will be available to the public temporarily on ends of the week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.