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Hokka Nichi Bei Kai


Hokka Nichi Bei Kai | Japanese-City.com
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1759 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94115
 
Map of Hokka Nichi Bei Kai, 1759 Sutter St, San Francisco

Nichi Bei Kai, located at 1759 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94115, is a cultural center dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for Japanese heritage in the heart of the city. This community hub serves as a focal point for a variety of cultural activities and events, aimed at both preserving traditional Japanese customs and fostering cross-cultural understanding.

The center is known for its diverse range of programs, including language classes, traditional arts and crafts workshops, and performances that showcase the beauty of Japanese culture. Visitors to Nichi Bei Kai can immerse themselves in the richness of Japanese traditions, learning everything from tea ceremonies to ikebana, and participating in festivals that celebrate the country's vibrant cultural tapestry.

Nichi Bei Kai at 1759 Sutter St is likely to be a gathering place for people of all backgrounds who share an interest in Japanese culture. The center may also play a role in community outreach, collaborating with local artists, businesses, and educational institutions to create a dynamic space that reflects the intersection of tradition and modernity. The location could serve as a vital resource for individuals looking to explore and deepen their understanding of Japan and its cultural contributions.

   

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Phone: (415) 921-1782

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