Sing your karaoke heart out at Bamboo 7
Fuel Up at Roy's Station!
Stretch out with Live Lotus!
Drummin' with San Jose Taiko!
The Japantown Farmer's Market is held every Sunday, rain or shine, 8:00 am - 12 noon. Right now there're still grapes and dried fruit, vegetables, many varieties of eggplant, many varieties of Asian greens, peanuts, almonds, cucumbers, potatoes, persimmons, sunflowers, tomatoes, squash, green...» MORE INFO
Lil Tokyo Reporter is a narrative short film based on the true life struggles of Sei Fujii, immigrant pioneer, leader, and publisher. One of the most pinnacle civil rights leaders in the early 20th century, our narrative highlights the journey of Sei Fujii away from his political contributions,...» MORE INFO
On the weekend of July 9th and 10th, Japantown celebrates the San Jose Obon festival, a time when generations of families and friends come together and enjoy a rich cultural experience in one of the three remaining Japantowns in the United States. Partake in traditional dancing and indulge in...» MORE INFO
Sunday, July 31, 2016 1 - 3 p.m. Japanese American Museum of San JOse 535 N. 5th Street Tohoku Tomo Film Screening: A story of true friendship and commitment to Japan’s recovery by the international community following The Great East Japan Earthquake. Tohoku Tomo is the story of everyday...» MORE INFO
On Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, for one day, through some of San José’s most historic and eclectic neighborhoods, streets will be closed to motorized traffic. Six miles of San Jose's roads will be opened to residents and closed to cars - connecting Burbank's West San Carlos Street, Willow Glen's...» MORE INFO