If you are interested in leasing office space at JACCC, please email Michelle Moreno at email@example.com. We provide discounts to nonprofit organizations.
Room: 402, 403
Description: School placement, Guardianship, Student academic support in nationwide USA for the Japanese students.
Contact: Chiey Nomura, Director/CEO
Room: 305, 307, 308, 309
Description: Administrative offices of Los Angeles Japanese school
Contact: Etsuko Iwai
Asia Society, Southern California
Contact: Jonathan Karp, Exec. Director
Asians For Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M)
Description: Mission is to improve the health and welfare of all people providing education, assistance and facilitating prompt access to potential marrow and blood cell donors.
(888) 236-4673 (A3M-HOPE)
California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA)
Description: Membership comprised of organizations actively engaged in revitalizing California neighborhoods.
Contact: Ralph Lippman, Executive Director
California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ)
Description: Statewide policy and advocacy organization whose mission is to advance California Latinas' reproductive health and rights within a social justice and human rights framework.
Contact: Nancy Sanchez, Associate Director
Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI)
Description: Entrepreneurial classes for artists, national marketing and benefit programs.
Consulate General of Japan
Description: Visa processing for Japanese citizens by appointment only.
Description: A commercial printer that specializes in translation and typesetting in Japanese.
FIA Insurance Services
Description: A local insurance agency, servicing the community since 1946, that offers auto, home, business, life & health insurance quotes.
Room: 501, 505
Description:Teaching various levels of learning the Japanese language.
Contact: Ayumi Furiya
Fujima Kansuma Kai
Description: Japanese classical dance instruction
Contact: Fujima Kansuma, Fujima school
(310) 474-6061, (323) 731-4378
Japanese American Citizens League - Pacific Southwest District
Description: Advocating for civil rights and a vibrant community (economically, socially and culturally) through empowerment and activism for Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and other marginalized communities.
Japanese Community Pioneer Center
Description: Services & Cultural classes for Japanese speaking seniors
Little Tokyo Nutrition Service (Koreisha Chusoku Kai)
Description: Provides senior nutrition program (lunch service)
Contact: Setsuko Yamaka
(213) 680-9173 or (213) 680-9177
Nisei Week Foundation
Description: The organization behind the largest Japanese festival located in Little Tokyo.
Contact: Joyce Chinn
NorthSouth GIS, LLC
Description: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) integrator that designs and deploys GIS systems, integrates them with other client systems, populates them with data, devises processes, and trains personnel, all with a focus on the long-term sustainability of its deployments.
The Industry, LA
Description: Experimental, contemporary opera production company
Contact: Elizabeth Cline, Exec. Director
Description: U-Space is focused on building community through music and ʻUkulele'.