by Pin Tiki
Built in 1958, Java Lanes in Long Beach was part of the wave of Tiki-inspired bowling alleys that popped up across America in the late 50's. It was said to be the very last of the authentic Polynesian style bowling centers in Southern California, and was a Long Beach institution until it was bulldozed in 2004 to make way for condos. This enamel pin pays tribute to the classic A-Frame entrance to the "Lava Lounge".
- Limited Edition Collectible Design
- 1.5 inches tall
- Designed in Long Beach