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Capital Campaign Information

BoLA Capital Campaign

 

Upon receiving approval from the City of Los Angeles for the groundlease, LTSC
officially launched its $22 million capital campaign on August 10, 2011 to build a
new state-of-the-art sports and activities center in Little Tokyo. The campaign will be
seeking contributions from public sources (Federal, State, County & City), foundations,
corporations and individual support to reach this goal.

 

The campaign is titled, “A Home Court for All” and is working with many volunteer committees

to fulfill the mission of creating a facility that will increase accessibility for a range of users,
stimulate the local economy and help preserve the local culture.

 

 

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