JACCC is committed to presenting the very finest in Japanese, Japanese American, and Asian American arts and culture. Undoubtedly, it is the generous support of our Members that make our work possible.
Ambassadors CouncilFounded in 1985, the Ambassadors Council was named in honor of the late Ambassador James Day Hodgson and the late Ambassador Nobuhiko Ushiba, who were very instrumental in the building of the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center. The Council consisted of top corporate executives and community leaders and served as a forum for informal communication among the key leaders of the Japanese American corporations and the Japanese American community in Los Angeles.
For over 40 years, JACCC has been a hub for Japanese and Japanese American arts and culture. When you join as a member, you affirm your belief not only in JACCC’s impact on the community but in the importance of art & culture in today’s world. In addition, you’ll enjoy Corporate Circle perks year-round in appreciation of your annual support.