Popular  Japanese Festivals  New   Places To Go  Landmarks  Musts    Japantown Guides: Little Tokyo, San Fran, Seattle..     Add Event
Obon Festivals & Practice:  172   Popular Obon Festivals  Obon Festivals (Only):  65   Obon Practices (Only):  107   Obon Map 
×
2019 - Mothra vs Godzilla (1964) - Outdoor Movie Night! - JANM (Saturday Night)
2019 1st Annual Tanabata Festival: Japanese Street Food, Beer, Sake, Tea, Large Fukinagashi Kazari (Streamers) from Japan will be on Display
2019 Anniversary Tribute at the Go For Broke Monument (Honor Brave Men & Women Whose Names are Etched in Granite)
2019 Stop Repeating History! Report from Crystal City TX Pilgrimage
2019 Bon Odori Practice - Long Beach Japanese Cultural Center Japanese Festival (LBJCC) (Mon/Wed)
2019 Japanese Heritage Day - Seattle Mariners Baseball at T-Mobile Park (Free T-Shirt Through Special Offer Link)
2019 Heart Mountain Pilgrimage (3 Days: Thu - Sat)
2019 Japanese Spring Display is Breathtaking & Brilliant - Towering Replica of the Osaka Castle - Bellagio Las Vegas (Until June 15, 2019)
2019 - GVJCI's 12th Annual Tanoshii Fun Camp -  Learn Japanese American Culture & Heritage Through Hands-On Activities
2019 Studio Ghibli Fest - 3rd Annual Studio Ghibli Fest to Experience the Wonder of 9 Beloved, Groundbreaking Animated Films
2019 Ondo Classes (Every Tuesday) - Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute
Anaheim Japan Fair Festival 2019 - Experience the Food, Art & Culture of Japan (Cosplay, Merchandise, Entertainment) - FREE
2019 Workshop: Japanese Woodblock Printmaking Techniques - Create Your Own Print Inspired by Japanese Masters

Japanese Cultural & C. Center of N. Calif-JCCCNC

Japanese Cultural & C. Center of N. Calif-JCCCNC | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

1840 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
USA

The JCCCNC strives to meet the evolving needs of the Japanese American community through offering programs, affordable services and facility usage. The goals are:

- To manage and maintain a multi-service community center which is owned and operated by the Japanese American community.
- To organize and provide educational, cultural, recreational and social programs that meet the growing needs, interests and concerns of the community.
- To preserve and promote the Japanese American cultural and historical heritage.
- To enhance understanding and appreciation among the Japanese American community, American public and people of Japan.
- To provide administration and program space for non-profit organizations in the community.

Contact

Website: Click to Visit
Events for this Location

 There are no current events. Click here to submit events.

Comments powered by Disqus