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Japanese-American Arts-related and Cultural Organizations

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Urasenke Tankokai Los Angeles Association

www.urasenkela.org

The Urasenke Tankokai Los Angeles Association promotes communication, exchange and training among Chado (tea ceremony) practitioners and those interested in Chado. The association's purpose is to ...
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Wafu School of Ikebana, California Chapter

22576 Poppy Drive, Cupertino, CA, 95014
www.wafu-ikebana.org

The Wafu School of Ikebana provides lessons and demonstrations in the art of Ikebana (Japanese flower arranging). B,D.

Watsonville Taiko

P.O. Box 1673, Watsonville, CA, 95077
www.watsonvilletaiko.org

Watsonville Taiko is a taiko drumming community of performers and supporters. The groupís goal is to strive, through exploration of taiko, to develop an art that combines drumming with folklore, mythology and symbolism. Taiko as folk art is emphasized because it places value on joining with others to keep traditions alive. Important values and social meanings are found in the context of full participation and understanding of cultural traditions. By working together, the group learns that each person is valued as an important member of the community. D.

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