Fodor's Expert Review Japanese American Cultural and Community Center

Downtown Los Angeles Park/Playground
Free

Plenty of traditional and contemporary cultural events make this center well worth the trip. Founded in 1980, JACCC is home to a number of civic and arts organizations. Through the center's basement you reach the James Irvine Garden, a serene sunken space where local plants mix with bamboo, Japanese wisteria, and Japanese maples. The main floor of the museum houses the George J. Doizaki Gallery, which has 2,000 square feet of exhibition space and has housed everything from national treasures of Japan to the Bugaku costumes from the Kasuga Grand Shrine in Nara. An 880-seat theater is known for any number of performing arts shows including Bunraku Puppet Theater and the Grand Kabuki of Japan.

Park/Playground Free

Quick Facts

244 S. San Pedro St.
Los Angeles, California  90012, USA

213-628–2725

www.jaccc.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Doizaki Gallery closed Mon. and Tues.; Japanese garden closed Mon.

What’s Nearby

Book an Experience at Los Angeles VIEW ALL

Find a Hotel

Around the Web