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A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 24 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 24 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 25 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 25 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 25 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 26 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 26 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 26 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 27 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 27 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 27 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 28 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 28 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 28 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 29 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 29 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 29 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A PLACE OF PRIDE
Nov 30 all-day
A PLACE OF PRIDE
A Place Of Pride: Building the First Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Raymond Moriyama Architect. In 1964, Toronto was a conservative administrative city. In 1964, there was exactly one Japanese restaurant in Toronto. In 1964, a[...]
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
Nov 30 all-day
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion
S-20 and Nisei Veterans Reunion Displayed at Heritage Lounge Display Case Photographs, documents, and memorabilia from World War II are displayed in remembrance of the sacrifices of the Japanese Canadians veterans for the Canadian Army.[...]
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
Nov 30 all-day
Something Old, Something New: Japanese Canadian Wedding Photographs
This exhibit showcases Japanese Canadian wedding photographs from the late 19th century until the present day through the use of photographs and wedding apparel. The show tracks trends and how Japanese Canadians celebrate an important[...]
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1:00 pm Kumihimo Workshop
Kumihimo Workshop
Nov 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Kumihimo Workshop
Kumihimo What do the Samurai and Geisha have in common? Both required kumihimo to secure their clothing. Kumihimo loosely trnslates to “gathered threads”. Through different techniques, a person is able to gather many threads together[...]
7:00 pm Japanese Homestyle Cooking
Japanese Homestyle Cooking
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Date & Menu: Mon. Sep. 23 Appetizers Mon. Oct. 21 Steamed Dishes Mon. Nov. 25 Main Meals Mon. Jan. 20 Noodles Mon. Feb. 24 Bento Time:  7:00 – 10:00pm Fee: $25 (JCCC members) /workshop $30[...]
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Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court, Toronto, ON, M3C 1Z5
(416) 441-2345