Japantown in your future!
Signs are going
up, monuments constructed, proposals heard.
Come to the third
T o w n
H a l l
Registration on-site, 8:30 am
free of charge, open to the public
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
January 24th, 2004
With greetings and comments from
City Councilmember Cindy Chavez and
US Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
566 N. Fifth Street - San
EXHIBITS to VIEW: Civil Liberties memorial sculpture (actual
model), mock-up of the 24 directional signs placed around the city pointing
to Japantown, design proposals for a landmark at Fifth and Jackson Streets,
and designs for street benches and landscaping (ikoi
B r e a k o u t
S e s s i o n s
and isn’t Japanese American culture?
by Japantown Community Congress of San Jose:
should the landmark at Fifth and Jackson be?
organization formed from SB307 efforts,
are ‘ikoi no ba’ and where will they be?
charged with the duties associated with SB307,
the Historic District Reconnaissance Survey?
40 funding and the future of Japantown.
For more information please call Joe Yasutake at (408) 923-2883
or Kathy Sakamoto at (408) 298-4303.