The JCCCNC works with several organizations in the community. Find out more about these affiliate groups.
Chorale May is an all male choral group, established in 1997. Named after their first choral leader, May Murakami Ino, the group sings exclusively Japanese songs. Currently the group has about ten members and is led by Ruriko Muira, a professional singer.
The group is now a program of the JCCCNC and meets twice a month on Tuesday evenings. Click here to learn more about the Chorale May classes.
J-Sei is a multicultural and multi-generational organzation that has its roots in Nikkei values and culture. They are proud of their history of providing care and assistance to seniors, and now have expanded their services and programs to includes families and younger generations.
Please their website at J-sei.org for more information.
Kendo means the way of the sword in Japanese. It refers to the art of traditional Japanese fencing that was originally developed and practiced by Bushi or Samurai.
For more information about the organization, please visit their website at sanfranciscokendo.org.