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Downtown On the Go envisions a vibrant, integrated downtown Tacoma – where daily life is enhanced by connecting people, green spaces, arts & culture, and jobs. Interdependent land use policies and transportation options reinforce an active, compact urban core that is connected locally and regionally, promoting a focus on the movement and interactions of people rather than cars.
Walk Tacoma’s Nihonmachi (Japantown)
Take a guided tour of Tacoma’s historic Nihonmachi (Japantown) with writer Tamiko Nimura and historian Michael Sullivan.
Between the 1880’s and the 1940’s, immigrants created a vibrant Japantown in downtown Tacoma. The neighborhood extended from S.17 (Union Station) to S. 11, between Pacific Ave. and Market St. It included hotel, shops, restaurants, places of worship, and a Japanese Language School. Walk the historic neighborhood and learn about the significance of these historic downtown locations.