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JapanLA Celebrates 10 Years With "Super Cute Food"


Camilla d'Errico "Rainbow Roll"Twinkie Chan "Bentos"Twinkie Chan "Bentos"Paul Frank "Beef and Broccoli"Onch Movement Pretzel NecklacesMiss Kika "Pretty Pizza Party"Ridges Churro Bar Fruity Pebbles SundayRidges Churro Bar Fruity Pebbles SundayRidges Churro Bar Fruity Pebbles SundayRidges Churro Bar Fruity Pebbles SundayMadoka Kinoshita "Kinoko Soba"Okamoto Kitchen Katsu Curry SandwichOkamoto Kitchen Katsu Curry SandwichCrowded Teeth "Onigiri Party Tray"Cuddly Rigor MortisCuddly Rigor MortisMessy Pink "Melty Love <3"Naoshi "Swing Ride _Crazy Sweets_"JapanLA owner Jamie RivadeneiraLuke Chueh "Hammy Sandwich"Okamoto Kitchen CroquettesOkamoto Kitchen Croquettes100% Soft art print100% Soft art printMisha "Midnight Ramien"Misha "Midnight Ramien"Girl Skateboards x GudetamaGirl Skateboards x GudetamaGirl Skateboards x GudetamaGirl Skateboards x GudetamaGirl Skateboards x GudetamaEimi Takano "Magical Egg Prince"Messy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesMessy Pink Ice Cream NecklacesSharodactyl "Udon Onsen"Sharodactyl "Udon Onsen"GudetamaGudetama

The popular Melrose Avenue store JapanLA celebrated its 10-year anniversary with the Super Kawaii Food Art Show. The theme for the show came after owner Jamie Rivadeneira noticed that the cute food posts on the shop's Instagram always receive the most likes and shares. “Our customers love cute food,” Rivadeneira says. The event features artists including Paul Frank, Naoshi, Camilla d'Errico, Crowded Teeth, Luke Chueh, and Girl Skateboards x Gudetama. Food trucks Okamoto Kitchen and the Ridges Churro truck were parked out front to keep guests' bellies full of cute food. All photos by Shannon Cottrell