It's like a book theme park, a huge independent bookstore
Founded by Josh Spencer in 2005, it seems that books were mainly sold online at the time, but then a bookstore opened in 2011 and moved to what is now Fifth Avenue and the Spring Arts Tower. It is within walking distance from the Grand Central Market, so please take a look.
With the unique name of the bookstore, over 250,000 old and new books, and tens of thousands of records, the bookstore is now one of the largest independent bookstores in a double-decker 22,000-square-foot space.
The counter is also made of books, which is wonderful.
This bookstore looks like a maze, but it has stairs that go upstairs...
There are mysterious books!
Actually, the bookstore has various object-like decorations, and it looks like a small theme park.
There are also small shops such as a gallery shop on the 2nd floor, which is full of fulfillment!
There are benches, so you can rest.
If you go outside and take a look, there are many shops...
Actually, the Farmers Market "Historic Downtown Farmers Market" is held in front of the bookstore from 9am to 3pm on Sundays, so It's highly recommended!
The purchase counter time for books, DVDs, and CDs is from 10 am to 5 pm (7 days) on a first-come, first-served basis, but if there are many products you have, you can request a home visit (however, non-smoking environment only). There is also a drop-off contract if you are unable to complete the procedure by 5 pm. Records are typically processed in stores on Wednesdays from 10 am to 5 pm. Please contact them for more information.
The Last Bookstore 453 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013