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Capital Campaign Leadership

 

BUDOKAN OF LOS ANGELES

 

Capital Campaign Committee

Alan Kosaka, Chair, PCSC

 

Adina Mori, John Marshall H.S.

Amy Kika, Campaign Committee Member

Andrew Koelher, Campaign Committee Member

Andrew Uchida, CB Richard Ellis

Art Iishi, World Matsubayashi Karate-Do Association

Arthur Murakami, All United State Kendo Federation

Ashley Honma, Campaign Committee Member

Brandon Okita, FIA Insurance Services, Inc.

Bruce Ishimatsu, Bird, Marella, Boxer, Wolpert, Nessim, Drooks & Lincenberg

Bruce Saito, Los Angeles Conservation Corps

Bryan Takeda, U.S.-Japan Council

Carrie Morita, Retired, Eagle Rock Elementary School

Curtis Takimoto, Campaign Committee Member

Dan Nakauchi, Pasadena Bruins

Dan Takata, Nanka Judo

Dave Nagano, Westside Volleyball

Dan Takata, Nanka Judo

Debbie Kotani, Alhambra Unified School District

Debra Nakatomi, Nakatomi & Associates

Edward Takahashi, Southern California Women’s Athletic Union

Gayle Yamada, Little Tokyo Service Center

George Campos, Campaign Committee Member

George Tanaka, Union Bank

Jean Sasaki, Sansei Baseball/Hollywood Dodgers

John Saito Jr., YMCA

Joshua Morey, J Morey Company

Kimi Maru, Tigers Youth Organization

Mark Doi, Toyota Financial Services

Maya Kay, Takase & Associates

Mark Nakagawa, Centenary UMC

Mica Miyamoto, Hutchinson & Bloodgood, LLP

Mike Murase, Venice Community Center

Nicole Okita, West LA

Noelle Ito, AAPIP

Phil Sugino, Honda & Maryknoll Karate Club

Sandra Yamane, Campaign Committee Member

Shelley Yamane, Muse Communications

Tara Iwamoto, Campaign Committee Member

Tim Yuge, Southern California Kendo Federation

Traci Kato-Kiriyama, Tuesday Night Project

Trisha Murakawa, Murakawa Communications

 

 

 

Honorary Committee

Councilwoman Jan Perry

Senator Ben Night Campbell

Coach Dave Yanai

Marvin Phillip

Anton Del Rosario

Michael Manaquil

 

 

 

Advisory Board

Bill Watanabe, Retired, Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC)

Chris Naito, Retired, Little Tokyo Leasing

Rev. George Matsubayashi

Ken Taketani, Nanka Judo

Mark Kimura, Nikkei Basketball Association

Yosh Hirai, Community Youth Council (CYC)

 

 

 

Facilities Committee

Clint Saiki, Macerich

Dick Kaku, DKS Consulting

Gary Mayeda, iFactor

 

 

 

 

In formation

 

 

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