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Current Projects for the JTF

2015 Japantown Holiday Project ((pdf - 645kB))

Arts & Culture

Asian Improv Arts:

Asian American Theater Company:

Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center:

Ikenobo Ikebana:

Japanese American Museum of San Jose:

San Jose Buddhist Judo Club:

San Jose Taiko:


Japantown Parking:
Information on parking, businesses, services, special promotions, discount coupons, and events in San Francisco's Japantown.

Nihonmachi Street Fair:

Nisei Week:

Japantown Hoops:

Soko Gakuen:


Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern California:

Japanese American Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley:


San Francisco Redevelopment Agency:

San Francisco Board of Supervisors:

San Francisco Fire Department:

San Francisco Police Department:

Internment Curriculum

Civil Liberties Public Education Fund (CLPEF) Network:

Citizenship Denied:

ERIC Digests:

Japanese American Internment Curriculum:

Teaching About Japanese American Internment:

Teaching About Japanese American Internment:

Japantown/ Little Tokyo Information Holiday Festivals in Japantown:

Japan National Tourist Organization:

Little Tokyo:

Little Tokyo Recreation Center:

Little Tokyo Square Shopping Center:

Los Angeles Tofu Festival:

Metroactive: The Best of San Jose Japantown:

PBS: The Fillmore: The Hidden Cities of San Francisco:

San Jose Japantown:

SF Gate: Japan Center:,g37

SF Guide: Japantown:

SF Japantown Guide:

SF Station: Western Addition/Japantown:

SF Visitor: Japantown/Nihonmachi:

Travel Ape: Little Tokyo:

Japanese American Internment

California Civil Liberties Public Education Program (CCLPEP):

Center for Asian American Media

Day of Remembrance 2002: Conscience in Rhythm:

The Densho Educational Website:

Exploring the Japanese American Internment:

The Groundbreaking Lim Report Online:


Japanese American Internment Educational Website:

Japanese American Resistance to Internment Camps:

Japanese American Voice: Making Our Voices Heard:

Nikkei History:

PBS: Conscience and the Constitution:,

Japanese American Internment Sites

Beyond Barbed Wire:

Children of the Camps: The Documentary:

Free to Die for Their Country:

Japanese American Exhibit and Access Project:

Japanese American Internment Photo Exhibit:

NAATA: Japanese American/Canadian Internment Videos:

National Postal Museum's Exhibit:

NPR: Letters from a Japanese American Internment Camp:

PBS: Of Civil Wrongs and Rights: The Fred Korematsu Story:

PBS: Rabbit in the Moon:

"Suffering Under a Great Injustice" Photographs by Ansel Adams:

Japanese Canadian Internment

"From Racism to Redress: The Japanese Canadian Experience":

Japanese Canadian Internment:

Mayumi Hayashi Photography: Canadian Concentration Camps:

National Association of Japanese Canadians:

Japanese Latin American Internment

"Japanese Latin Americans Win Bittersweet Victory from Justice Department:

JA Net: Ties Talk: Crystal City: Latin American Nikkei:

Japanese Latin American Internment:

Japanese Latin American Internment:

Japanese Latin American Campaign for Justice:

NCRR: Redress for Japanese Latin Americans:

Nonprofit Organizations

Asian, Inc.:

Asian American Donor

Asian American Recovery Services:

Asian Health Services:

Asian Neighborhood Design:

National Japanese American Historical Society:

East Bay Asian Local Community Development Corporation:

Gay Asian Pacific Alliance, Inc.:

Japanese American Cultural and Community Center:

Japanese American History Archives:

Japanese American National Museum:

Japanese American Services of the East Bay:

Japanese Community Youth Council:

Japan Pacific Resource Network:

Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC):

Kimochi, Inc.:

Little Tokyo Service Center:

Nikkei Concerns:

Nikkei Federation:

Nobiru Kai:

Nihonmachi Outreach Committee:

Pease Press:

Yu Ai Kai:

Social Justice/Civil Rights/Advocacy

Hapa Issues Forum:

Japanese American Citizens League:

National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse:

Nosei Network:


Achieving the Impossible Dream:

Congressional Record:

"Michi Weglyn . . . dies at 72":

Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR)

Office of Redress Administration:

UCLA Law: Japanese American Redress:


Christ Episcopal Church/Sei Ko Kai: