Category: What’s New

Jun. 8 Jokun Recognition ‘Community’ Luncheon

On Sunday June 8th 2014, Jokun Recognition Community Luncheon was held to celebrate decoration of the prominent people for their contribution to Japanese American community and promotion of the relationship between Japan and America. More than 200 people gathered to…

Apr. 14(Mon) – 18(Fri) Open House

We are having OPEN HOUSE! this week! Please visit our office and relax in the massage chair! JCCSC Members: Monday 21 through Friday 25, between 1:00PM and 4:00PM. Public: Friday 25, between 1:00PM and 4:00PM Our Open House is a very good occasion for you…

Apr. 08 JATCSF SCHOLARSHIP

We are now accepting applications for 2014 JATCSF SCHOLARSHIP JAPANESE AMERICAN TREATY CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND, INC. (Also known as JAPANESE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND) TO ALL 2014 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY RESIDING IN SO. CALIF. WHO PLAN TO ENROLL…

Apr. 01 Business Seminar “Safety and Crime Prevention” Report

JCCSC Monthly Business Seminar Report Tuesday, April 01, 2014 “Safety and Crime Prevention” On Tuesday April 01 2014, our regular monthly Business Seminar was held at JCCSC boardroom. This month’s topic was “Safety and Crime Prevention”. The Lecturer was Mr.…

Mar. 04 Business Seminar “Are You Prepared for Retirement?” Report

JCCSC Monthly Business Seminar Report Tuesday,  March 04, 2014 “Are you prepared for retirement?” This year’s first Japanese Business Seminar, “Are you prepared for retirement?” was held on Tuesday, March 4. at JCCSC boardroom. In “Chapter 1:Financial plan for the…

Mar. 04 Business Seminar (JP) “Are You Prepared for Retirement?”

  Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California Sponsors March 2014 JCCSC BUSINESS SEMINAR (in Japanese) Are you prepared for the retirement?   Chapter 1: Financial plan for the retirement As the life expectancy is extending more and more, social security…

Mar.03 Ongoing! “Hinamatsuri” Dolls Display!

Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California had an Open House on Monday, March the 3rd. It was a “Hinamatsuri” (Girl’s Day) in Japan, and we set up Hina-Dolls in the Boardroom. The display continues till April 3rd, so please come…