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Eat Sleep Work to Sponsor 78th Annual Nisei Week Japanese Festival(August 09, 2018)
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) August 09, 2018
Eat Sleep Work, an El Segundo-based branding and digital design firm, will be sponsoring this weekend's 78th Annual Nisei Week Japanese Festival in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles. From 11am on Saturday, August 11 to Sunday, August 12 in the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (JACCC) Plaza, festival attendees can come experience the Eat Sleep Work sushi-inspired pop up space. Rack up the likes with their Instaworthy, custom-crafted California Selfie Roll, bust a move for Boomerang in front of the neon walls, or bask under a flight of handmade origami cranes.
In addition to the 'grammable photo ops, Eat Sleep Work will also be selling pieces from its lifestyle collection which has been exclusively sold online. Mens and womens tees and tanks along with unisex zipper hoodies, insulated tumblers, convertible tote bags, stickers, enamel lapel pins and more will be available for purchase.
This will be Eat Sleep Work's first year at the Nisei Week festival though its founders, Jonathan Wang and John Chiembanchong are both L.A. natives. Wang, whose predominantly Chinese family has been in Japan since the mid 1800s, says it's "an honor to participate in a long standing cultural event that celebrates my ancestral heritage. We have always considered both Japan and US home."
Mark your calendars, come hungry, and celebrate with Los Angeles' Japanese Community.
About Nisei Week
Nisei Week is one of the nation's longest running ethnic festivals, showcasing free Japanese cultural activities, events and exhibits. Find entertainment along the JACCC Plaza from the Coronation at the Aratani Theatre at 7pm on Saturday to the Aki's Pup Up Party on Sunday beginning at 10am. Little Tokyo will be bustling with live music, food and games celebrating the Japanese culture.
About Eat Sleep Work
Eat Sleep Work is your brand partner located in Los Angeles, CA and Tucson, AZ. Our studios specialize in visual identities, graphic design, websites, social strategy, and rethinking brands.