This welcoming study group focuses on Japanese art swords, fittings and armour. Our aim is to broaden the knowledge of members and guests.
For over sixty years, Sakura Kai has taught the graceful skills of odori (Japanese dancing) to students 5 years and older.
The JCCC Ohana Hula, in the spirit of the Centre’s motto, "Friendship through Culture," aims to build friendships through participation in Hula da
Meets twice a month, Wednesday daytime. Enjoy learning and singing new songs and make new friends.
Learn Minyo and Buyo with Keiko Omori Thursday afternoons at 1:00pm.
Please call Mrs. Omori at 416-531-2749 for more information.
Ayame Kai’s mandate is to promote awareness and respect of Japanese culture and to preserve a part of Japanese heritage through dance.
Aikido’s founder (or Kaiso), Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), “the great master”, was a Japanese soldier and philosopher.