The George J. Doizaki Gallery (JACCC Center Building, main floor) was named in memory of the late Mr. Doizaki who served as president of the JACCC for eight of its crucial fundraising years. The Doizaki Gallery is 2,000 square feet of museum-quality exhibition space, with climate control and high security.
Since its opening in 1980, it has presented such outstanding exhibits as the unprecedented "Living National Treasures of Japan" in 1983, the Bugaku costumes from the Kasuga Grand Shrine in Nara in 1984 as part of the Olympic Arts Festival, and treasures from the Tokugawa Shogunate, also in 1984.
Today, the gallery continues to showcase exhibitions from traditional Japanese artifacts to contemporary Japanese and Japanese American art, and is the home to the popular Annual Shikishi Exhibition.
Tuesday - Friday: noon to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Closed Mondays and Holidays