The Japantown Farmer's Market is held every Sunday, rain or shine, 8:00 am - 12 noon
The Japantown Business Association can be reached at (408) 298-4303.
Maneki Neko means 'Beckoning Cat' and is a lucky charm of Japan.
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JAPANTOWN SAN JOSE
The Japantown Business Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Japantown as a unique ethnic neighborhood offering a rare blend of business, cultural, and historical resources. With over 130 members comprised of local businesses, associations, and community organizations, JBA has played an important role in Japantown's continuing vitality.
JAPANESE AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Japanese American Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley supports business interests through the development of commercial relationships with local and global partners.
JAPANTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
The Japantown Neighborhood Association's mission is to encourage communication and cooperation between residents and businesses in the Japantown neighborhood; to serve as a voice and representative for the residents with government officials, nongovernment agencies, and business representatives; and to support and encourage the continued diversity of the Japantown neighborhood and surrounding areas.
JAPANESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY RESOURCE ORGANIZATION
In order to create more programs to provide resources and support for the Japanese American community and to support and conduct research, educational and informational activities, the JACCSV created the Japanese American Community Resource Organization of Silicon Valley.
Through California Japantowns website, they hope to engage new audiences and educate visitors on the historic legacies of Japantown communities across the state and the vibrant communities of the three remaining Japantowns in California.
The Japantown Atlas maps nearly two dozen communities in California where Japanese Americans lived and worked prior to World War II. Drawing from historic maps, business directories, and photos, we show a variety of Japantowns as they existed in 1940.