LTCC is a membership-based organization, with constituencies from the various business, residential, religious, and organizational stakeholders in Little Tokyo.
To join LTCC, please see below, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become an LTCC member today! Download this form, and send it to us!
To send in the membership form:
To request an invoice, please email email@example.com and provide the name, address, and membership dues amount for the membership applicant.
Submit at an LTCC General Council Meeting, or mail the form and payment to:
Little Tokyo Community Council
106 ½ Judge John Aiso St., Ste 172
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Checks are made out to: Little Tokyo Community Council
To submit a request for special arrangements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or regular mail (above address).
WHY JOIN LTCC?
- Source for Little Tokyo information
- Community empowerment through coalition
- To help protect our historic Japantown as a historic, cultural center for future generations
- For a place to gather and discuss
- For a space to voice concerns, find support, organize, and speak with one voice
- To advocate for Little Tokyo’s interests
A Message from the Little Tokyo Community Council Board Chair, Chris Komai
Paul Abe, Union Bank
Chris Aihara, Little Tokyo Service Center
George Campos, St. Francis Xavier Chapel - Maryknoll Japanese Catholic Center, Tokyo Villa Homeowners Association, Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council
Francis Cullado, Visual Communications
Clement Hanami, Japanese American National Museum
Brian Kito, Fugetsu-Do, Little Tokyo Public Safety Association
Gwen Muranaka, Rafu Shimpo
Stephanie Nitahara, Japanese American Citizens League
James Okazaki, Nisei Week, Asian American Architects and Engineers Association
Tetsu Shiota, Anime Jungle
Evelyn Yoshimura, Little Tokyo Service Center, Little Tokyo Residents Association