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2019 / Obituary – Hayahiko Takase: Architect by profession, cultural treasure within Japanese American community

Japan-born Hayahiko Takase, architect by profession and a cultural treasure within the Japanese American community in Los Angeles, passed away on Dec. 27, 2018 at White Memorial Hospital in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. He was 88 years old. Takase was the conceptual architect for the Terasaki Budokan Project in Little Tokyo. Born in Tokyo...
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2010 / The Architecture and Art of Hayahiko Takase, Little Tokyo landmark designer, Sept 30 – Oct 10

Hayahiko Takase Portrait

Cultural News 2010 September   An exhibition to share the lifework of an architect and artist who successfully bridges the space between Japan and America The Little Tokyo Historical Society will present an exhibition of Hayahiko Takase, architect of many of the iconic buildings in Little Tokyo from Sept 30 – Oct 10 at...
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Works of a Little Tokyo landmark architect to be exhibited, Sept 30 – Oct 10

Works of a Little Tokyo landmark architect to be exhibited, Sept 30 – Oct 10

Exhibition   World of Takase: The Architecture and Art of Hayahiko Takase September 30 – October 10 George J. Doizaki Galley, The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, 244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Free Admission The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center hosts an exhibition of the work of Hayahiko Takase,...
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2009 / Lecture Note: The Grand Shrine at Ise – Architect Hayahiko Takase, Sept 29

2009 / Lecture Note: The Grand Shrine at Ise – Architect Hayahiko Takase, Sept 29

Nibei Foundation Japan Study Club “The Grand Shrine at Ise” How the structure of Japan’s most secret shrine has been sustained for over thousand years? Presenter: Mr. Hayahiko Takase, Architect September 29, 2009 at Terasaki Foundation Laboratory Building, West Los Angeles Japan Study Club Lecture Note is complied by Cultural News Mr. Hayahiko Takase...
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