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PHOTOS: Elvis Hasn’t Left the Building

Centenary United Methodist Church in Little Tokyo held its first-ever Halloween Odori/Ondo Costume Party, organized by Wesley Nishinaka, on Oct. 27. Among those taking part in the public dancing, games and other activities were (above) Michael Pacelli of the Obon Jivers and “mini-me” Joshua Nishinaka, who stole the show; “biker chick” Angel Nishinaka. (Photos by Shuko Akune)

Actress Tamlyn Tomita and her mother, Asako;  Sheila Greene and Chibi. (Photos by Shuko Akune)

Christine Romero and her mother, Masako Rodriquez; Cynthia Nishinaka, Mark Nishinaka and Joshua Nishinaka (without the Elvis wig and glasses). (Photos by Shuko Akune)

Dance instructor Christine Inouye; Natsu Summer Matsutoyo of Minyo Station and her zombie friend, John Fujinami. (Photos courtesy of John Fujinami)


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