1/27/12 DISCLAIMER FROM JCCCNC:
Please be advised that our website has recently been compromised. Do NOT click on any of the photos on the LEFT hand sidebar. If you scroll over the image and see the words “Putty” and/or “Download,” do not click on this image, it will take you to an unauthorized site and possibly download a virus. The JCCCNC is actively working to fix this issue. Please note that all of the links within the JCCCNC website are safe to click on. If you prefer, please call us at (415) 567-5505 to obtain information on our programs, membership or events.
jcccnc facility overview
Located in the heart of Japantown, the JCCCNC facility is a
two-story, 17,500 square-foot building, planned and equipped for
The Issei Memorial Hall is a multi-purpose space found on the first
floor of the Center. It can be converted for recreational and community
programs for all age groups, and there is also an exhibition area
to display cultural and historical work by local and visiting artists.
Also on the first floor is our industrial sized kitchen, which
allows programs such as Kimochi, Inc. nutritional services to prepare
and serve meals for more than 300 seniors seven days a week.
The first floor is home to tenants: the Japanese American History
Project and Kimochi.
The second floor houses a gymnasium/community hall with bleacher
seating for 150 people, complete dressing room facilities, and a
full-size high school regulation basketball court. The hall is acoustically
designed to accommodate all types of events, including performing
arts, exhibitions, lectures, and social meetings.
The second floor also houses the JCCCNC offices and two conference
rooms. These rooms have a collapsible dividing wall that allows
the two rooms to be opened up into a larger space. Finally, the
U.S.-Japan Computer Learning Center can also be found on the second
floor, complete with seven computer workstations, a laser printer,
color printer, and scanner.
The second floor also houses tenants: Nobiru-Kai (Japanese
Newcomers Services), HAPA Issues Forum, Kansha and Asian American