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The Panama Hotel in Seattle, Washington's International District was built in 1910. The hotel was built by the first Japanese-American architect in Seattle, Sabro Ozasa, and contains the last remaining Japanese bathhouse (sento) in the United States. Since 1985 the Panama Hotel has been owned by Jan Johnson.

It is also known as being the namesake of the novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford.

It was declared a National Historic Landmark building in 2006.

References


Panama Hotel (Seattle, Washington) - HISTORIC PANAMA HOTEL TEA - Panama Hotel. Bed & Breakfast.

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Panama Hotel (Seattle, Washington) - Panama Hotel (Seattle, WA) - Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor - Panama Hotel, Seattle: See 89 traveler reviews, 31 candid photos, and great   deals for Panama Hotel, ranked #71 of 97 hotels in Seattle and rated 3 of 5 at ...
  • Official site of hotel with history and photographs

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Panama Hotel (Seattle, Washington) - Panama Hotel - Hotels - Seattle, WA - Yelp - Panama Hotel - Love the coke machine - Seattle, WA, United States Panama   Hotel - My room. It was very cute! ^_^ - Seattle Panama Hotel - Creeeeepy   hallway ...
  • Alanen, Arnold Robert; Melnick, Robert (2000). Preserving Cultural Landscapes in America, JHU Press, ISBN 0-8018-6264-7.



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