Cameron Lee is in his last semester at SF State and is looking forward to creating interesting visuals for both the newspaper and magazine. He is a San...
Foot traffic wanes in Japantown (Photo Gallery)
March 29, 2021
One of the staples of San Francisco since 1906, Japantown brings a small slice of Japanese culture to the city.
This once bustling mall may soon be a part of history, with stores shuttering from the pandemic and a landlord unwilling to negotiate rent. Businesses are doing what they can to stay afloat, but it remains unclear what will become of the mall if the stores close for good — especially in the West Mall, home to Restaurant Row and various stores that sell uniquely Japanese products.