The Japan Fair is organized by three organizations that all have the same goal and mission; to promote Japanese and Japanese American culture to the diverse audience of Southern California. We strive to stimulate better understanding and relationship among various communities in Southern California by hosting numerous events throughout the year. The Japan Fair is unique in and of itself; we are not only promoting local Japanese and Japanese American culture at this event, but we have the great pleasure to introduce foods and sake that are directly from Japan. All vendors coming from Japan are well-known restaurants and products and we are very excited to see everyone get a taste of these amazing products.
The Japanese Chamber of Commerce Foundation was created in 1997 to support the charitable efforts of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California. We strive to promote the welfare of local Japanese American community and help preserve our cultural heritage, strengthen mutual understanding and good will between the U.S and Japan and foster our future generations.
The Japanese American Cultural & Community Center was founded in 1971. It is currently the largest Asian American cultural center of its kind in the US. The JACCC is home to a number of civic and arts organizations and serves as the cultural and community focal point of Japanese Americans throughout Southern California.
The Orange County Japanese American Association is a bilingual and bicultural non-profit organization in Orange County. Its mission is to provide and promote social services, events, programs, seminars and other Japanese cultural activities in Orange County, and the organization has done this since 1986.
Event Coordinator: Japan Product Promotion