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Sacramento

Sacramento's Japantown was destroyed by WWII evacuation and urban redevelopment projects of the 1950s and 60s. In 1940, Sacramento Japantown held over 3,400 residents who operated 79 hotels, 44 community organizations, 31 restaurants, 26 markets, 15 barber shops, 14 laundries, and over 255 other businesses. With only 5% of the pre-WWII structures remaining, the Nisei Veterans Hall and Japanese American Civil Liberties historic monument modestly stands at 1515 4th Street, hidden behind the looming Capitol Mall.

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Pacific Hotel

406 M Street, Sacramento
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Palace Hotel

1112 1/2 3rd St, Sacramento
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Palace Hotel

927 1/2 2nd St, Sacramento
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Raleigh Hotel

316 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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Ritz Grocery

1701 T Street, Sacramento
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Rose Hotel

212 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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Rover Hotel

226 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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Royal Hotel

1005 1/2 2nd St, Sacramento
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S. K. Grocery

400 T Street, Sacramento
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Sakiyama Co.

1218 4th St, Sacramento
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Sako Kashima

1228 1/2 3rd St, Sacramento
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Sakura Bath

78 Japanese Alley, Sacramento

Sakura Club

Rt 4, Box 3032, Sacramento

Sakura Yochien

418 O Street, Sacramento

Sendai Kan

1207 1/2 3rd St, Sacramento
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Sera Office

412 M Street, Sacramento

Shasta Hotel

111 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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Shimada

1028 2nd St, Sacramento
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Shinko-Do Tokeiten

1105 1/2 3rd St, Sacramento

Sierra Hotel

1106 5th St, Sacramento
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Singleton Hotel

504 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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St. Clare Hotel

228 1/2 K Street, Sacramento
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