Broken Promises

Grounded in research from Landscapes of Injustice, this exhibit explores the dispossession of Japanese Canadians in the 1940s

Help protect Japanese Canadian History, Heritage and Culture
Japanese Book Sale | 古本市

Tuesday - Saturday
October 27 - November 7, 2020

1-on-1 Family Genealogy Research

Trace your family history with expert personal assistance

The Cenotaph is 100

Built to commemorate the incredible contribution of Japanese Canadians at Vimy and Hill 70

Nikkei Centre is Open

Beginning June 2, 2020

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Uncover your Nikkei family history with 1-on-1 genealogy research

We now offer distanced individual sessions. 

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Distance-friendly Journeys Education Kit rentals now free for classroom teachers

Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the NNMCC Auxiliary, all JOURNEYS kit rentals to schools in Canada during the...

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Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre Turns 20

Over 30 years ago, the idea of having a gathering place for Japanese Canadians of all ages, and welcoming...

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The Nippon Foundation releases the First Global Research Project of Young ‘Nikkei’

Identity being maintained, with strong desire for broader ties with Japan

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Fumi Tamagi (nee Moriyama) and three others picking sugar beets in Shaughnessy, Alberta, ca. 1943 NNM 2000.15.3

Film – Bitter Sweet Trail

Online Film Premiere Oct 24, 1pm

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Japanese Book Sale | 古本市

Mini Market
Tuesday - Saturday
October 27 - November 7, 2020

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Remembrance Day 2020

and Centenary of the Japanese Canadian Cenotaph 2020 November 11, 2020 10:30am PST

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20th Annual Nikkei Craft Market

Friday, Saturday & Sunday
November - December

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