Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

Associations and Foundations

About Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

One of the largest and most vibrant Japanese cultural centres in the world and established over 50 years ago, the JCCC offers a wide variety of programs for its 4,400 members and 200,000 annual visitors: traditional and contemporary Japanese performance, film screenings, seasonal festivals, art and history exhibitions, a library, Japanese language classes and a broad range of courses and workshops in arts and music. The centre opened its Moriyama Nikkei Heritage Centre in 2014 and boasts a state-of-the-art dojo where 600 members pursue 8 different martial arts disciplines. The JCCC is also home of the Toronto Japanese Film Festival.

Contact Information

James Heron
6 Garamond Ct. Toronto, ON, M3C 1Z5 Canada