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Local Organizations

Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC)

Centenary United Methodist Church

Higashi Honganji Buddhist Temple

Japanese American Cultural Community Center (JACCC)

Japanese American National Museum (JANM)

Japanese Community Pioneer Center

Kizuna

Little Tokyo Community Council (LTCC)

Nishi Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

Rafu Shimpo

The Japan Foundation


Downtown Organizations
California Redevelopment Agency (CRA)
Councilmember Jose Huizar CD-14
Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council (DLANC)
Downtown Art Walk

Basketball Organizations

Community Youth Council (CYC)

Friends of Richard (FOR)

Nisei Athletic Union (NAU)
Orange Coast Optimist (OCO)

Pasadena Bruins
Southern California Women's Athletic Union (SCWAU)

Tigers

 

Martial Arts Organizations

Martial Arts Musuem

Nanka Judo

Southern California Kendo Federation (SCKF)

Southern California Naginata Federation (SCNF)

USA Sumo

 

Other Organizations

Nikkei Games

 

What is a Budokan?

Budokan roughly translates as "martial arts hall" in Japanese. The name is derived from the Nippon Budokan, a large arena in Central Tokyo, Japan. The arena was originally constructed for judo competition during the 1964 Summer Olympics, but today serves as a multi-purpose facility that caters to sports, entertainment and other activities. Currently in the United States, there are numerous budokans which serve as multi-purpose centers for martial arts, team sports such as basketball and volleyball, community activities and other special events.

Budokan of Los Angeles, a Project of Little Tokyo Service Center
231 E Third St, Suite G106
(213) 473-3030