CJCA 2021 Membership are now being accepted. 

 A Taste of Omatsuri 2021 

    Online events coming this August

CJCA acknowledges that we are on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy, and the Indigenous people of Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta. The City of Calgary is also home of the Metis Nation of Alberta Region 3.

      2021  EVENTS
April 27
7 - 8 pm

In Conversation With

Terry Watada, a Toronto-based poet, novelist, playwright, historian and musician. His latest publications are: 

Mysterious Dreams of the Dead and his book of poems The Four Sufferings

 More details to follow

Due to COVID restrictions, the CJCA office and the Nikkei Centre will remain closed until further notice.

If you have any inquiries, please contact us by email. 

All above events held at the Calgary Nikkei Cultural & Senior Centre unless otherwise noted  (2236-29 Street SW Calgary, Alberta  T3E 2K2)


The Calgary Japanese Community Association (CJCA) oversee's the Japanese community in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The CJCA is housed out of the Calgary Nikkei Cultural & Senior Centre located at 2236-29 Street SW.

Calgary Japanese Community Association

2236-29 Street SW
Calgary, Alberta  T3E 2K2

PH: (403) 242-4143