A social services agency for the Chicago Japanese community with occasional exhibits of interest, such as a collection of photos and art relating to internment camps during World War II. Festivals and cultural events also pop up from time to time.
4427 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL, United States
Nearest Transit: Wilson (Line: Red Line)
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