Built in 1958, Java Lanes and The East Indies Room in Long Beach, CA were part of the wave of Tiki-inspired bowling alleys that popped up across America in the late 50's. Going to Java Lanes was like "stepping into an island paradise" with its A-frame roof and lava rock walls. 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. Our enamel pin pays tribute to the classic A-Frame entrance to the "Lava Lounge".
Each pin comes mounted on a backing board and features two black rubber style clutches for extra safety.Size:1.5 inches tall (38mm) Limited edition of 400.