The Los Angeles International Tea Festival returned for its sixth year running this past weekend at the Japanese American National Museum in the Little Tokyo area of Downtown Los Angeles. At this all-ages event, attendees can sample teas from all over the world, and they can also sample Japanese cuisine and small bites. Outside of the museum, the tea vendors set up, where a handful of them carried a variety of tea and tea accessories for sale to not only the attendees of the festival, but to the general public as well. Inside the museum, attendees could participate in Japanese tea ceremonies, tea sommelier classes, book signings, tea origins tours, educational seminars with guest speakers, tea pairings, presentations, exhibitors, and lots more. Many of these programs did not allow photography, so I could not easily get any photos. However, anyone with passion for tea would surely find an afternoon full of interests to remain occupied. Check out the Los Angeles International Tea Festival online on Facebook and Twitter, and also keep up with the Japanese American National Museum online on their Facebook and Twitter pages for information regarding future events.