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Japanese American Resource Center

Japanese American Resource Center | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

535 North Fifth Street
San Jose, CA 95112

Japanese-Americans have a long history in Santa Clara Valley and this place is dedicated to preserving these traditions. Exhibits, collections, workshops, lectures and other special events take place here, all centering on the prominence of the Japanese-American peoples of the area. Several resource materials are also available, including books, videos and CDs.

Established in 1987, the museum is right smack in the middle of Japan town. Stop in and see some incredible photo collections. Admission is free.

Contact

Phone: (408) 294 3138
Website: Click to Visit
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