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Come together to celebrate the strength and history of Japanese American athletics! Join in a day of performances, exhibitions, demonstrations, and activities to wish all the athletes competing this year luck and safety and learn about the Olympic games in Little Tokyo past and present....

Join us for our second annual Terasaki Budokan Golf Tournament. Proceeds from this event will go towards Terasaki Budokan. Our mission is to provide a facility in Downtown Los Angeles for youth, families, and seniors that offers sports, community activities and opportunities to connect visitors...

Play to win or play for fun, this quad tournament style will really be a great way to get a lot of playing time! 4-player adult coed and reverse coed teams will compete in a round robin tournament Saturday, July 24th! ...

Terasaki Budokan will be hosting its first summer camps this summer! There will be three camps with each week focusing on a different sport: basketball, volleyball, and karate. Registration for each camp is separate, and if you are interested in participating in multiple weeks, you...

Architectural Tour: Bring your glasses, mask, camera, and walking shoes! This architectural tour will begin at the newly constructed Budokan Community Center and make its way to significant architectural projects in the area, including the Walt Disney concert hall, Bradbury Building, and The Broad. This...

"Being the Director of Terasaki Budokan is more than just a job for me, it’s a passion. I care deeply about the future of Little Tokyo, the Japanese American community, and DTLA and am humbled that I get to call my passion “work”....

FREE virtual workshop on Tuesday, Feb 16th at 10am titled Leading Your Organization - Developing a Positive Coaching Culture....

Saturday, Oct. 24th is our VIRTUAL CELEBRATION on LTSC's YouTube channel! Celebrate our past, present and future at Terasaki Budokan!...

"We are creating a space not just for our generation, and not just for Japanese Americans, but really something that represents a hope that's much bigger for any future community that will exist within Little Tokyo." -Kent Yoshimura...

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