The mission of the NAJC is to promote and develop a strong Japanese Canadian identity, thereby strengthening local communities and the national organization, and to strive for equal rights and liberties for all persons-in particular, the rights of racial and ethnic minorities.
Nikkei Place is at once a monument to Japanese Canadian history and a gateway to the future. It is the largest, most comprehensive Japanese Canadian complex in Canada. Comprised of the National Nikkei Heritage Centre, Japanese Canadian National Museum, New Sakura-so seniors housing, the Nikkei Home assisted living residence, and the beautiful Nikkei Garden, Nikkei Place bridges generations and cultures, providing a focal point for the promotion and celebration of Japanese Canadian culture and its contribution to the Canadian mosaic.
Japanese Canadian National Museum
A collection of Japanese Canadian artifacts and archival material from the beginnings of the Japanese Canadian community in the 1870s to the present day.
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