Fuel Up at Roy's Station!
Sing your karaoke heart out at Bamboo 7
Drummin' with San Jose Taiko!
Seared ahi tuna yummy tummy!
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
The Japanese Doll Festival (Hina Matsuri), or Girls' Day, is a festival celebrated by families who have girls, wishing their daughters good health and growth. Traditionally, beautiful dolls representing the emperor, empress, attendants, and musicians were handcrafted especially for the occasion....» MORE INFO
The Japanese American Museum of San Jose (JAMsj) is hosting “Tohoku Update 2015: The Next Generation” to share what three groups of high school students in Tohoku have been doing to help their hometowns recover from the devastation of the 2011 disaster. With help from high school students in...» MORE INFO
The California Legacy Voice Network has developed a statewide system to train social studies professionals in the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. It has scheduled three professional development workshops for teachers and administrators in Region 5 (Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and...» MORE INFO
Like cherry blossom festivals across the nation, the San Jose Japantown Nikkei Matsuri is the San Jose Japanese American community’s celebration of Japanese heritage and culture. The festival is enjoyed by people of all ages and is located in the heart of San Jose Japantown, one of the last three...» MORE INFO
Have you ever wondered the subtleties between different types of sake? Interested in sampling a variety of sake in one night without having to purchase 10 bottles? Join us Thursday, May 21, 2015 for an evening of this unique Japanese beverage, street entertainment, and a tour through historic San...» MORE INFO