Need to wire money in a foreign currency, or to exchange U.S. dollars to a different currency? Talk to a banker at this branch and we’d be happy to confirm the currency you need is available.
Night drop is available at this branch. Look for the drop box or talk to a banker for details.
Have confidential or valuable materials you need safely stored? Safe deposit boxes are available at this branch. Ask a banker for details about this service.
Securely conduct your transactions with both visual and auditory interaction by plugging in a headset. Ideal for those who need or prefer auditory responses.
Need cash or to make a quick deposit? You’ll find easy-access walk-up ATMs conveniently located for you when you are on foot.
The Union Bank Little Tokyo Branch is located in the heart of Little Tokyo, on the northwest corner of San Pedro and E. 2nd Streets. The office is conveniently located close to City Hall, government offices, 3 freeways, and downtown Los Angeles. The branch was first established 68 years ago in 1953. Little Tokyo is one of three Japan towns in the United States and is over 100 years old. Historically, it has been the center of Japanese culture, the arts, museums, businesses, restaurants, and professional services. The branch manager is actively involved in the Japanese American community and serves on several boards of local non-profit organizations. We have Japanese-speaking staff available by telephone or in-person. This location is a full-service banking branch with ATM service. Union Bank offers a variety of checking, savings and certificate of deposit accounts, credit cards, mortgage and home equity line of credit products to meet your unique financial needs. Nearby cities and areas served: The office serves the City of Los Angeles and surrounding areas, including parts of the San Gabriel Valley and San Fernando Valley communities. Customers often travel far distances from outlying areas to the Little Tokyo Office due to our Japanese speaking staff and long-established relationships with bankers at the branch. Customers, not necessarily from the area, often come to the bank on a day when they visit their doctor or go to the Japanese food market. Parking: Validated parking is available in the adjacent parking structure for the duration of your visit to the branch. The entrance to the parking structure is on San Pedro Street, next to the bank. Validations are provided to clients by branch staff at the conclusion of your visit. Metered street parking is also available at the rates posted. One handicapped parking space is available outside the bank entrance and there are additional handicapped parking spaces in the parking structure.