SEI FUJII LANTERN

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SEI FUJII LANTERN

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The SEI FUJII LANTERN was a project conceived by the Little Tokyo Historical Society in Los Angeles, CA. The Lantern draws attention to the life of Sei Fujii, a civil rights activist. The lantern serves as a beacon for future generations facing discrimination.

 

The design was inspired by the traditional lanterns found in Iwakuni Village of Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, where Fujii was born. The 8 foot tall galvanized steel monumental lantern towers overhead, so that Fujii can be remembered for his accomplishments that improved the lives of all immigrant populations in California. The lantern contains text panels that give a brief history of Sei Fujii's story.

The Sei Fujii Lantern is installed in the Japanese Village Plaza on East 2nd Street in Los Angeles, CA.

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