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Peruvian Japanese Cultural Center

Centro Cultural Peruano Japonés

Japanese Peruvian Cultural Center

Address
Av. Gregorio Escobedo 803
District
  • Jesus Maria
City (Peru)
Lima
Postal Code
11
Phone Number
(+511) 518-7450

The aim of the Peruvian Japanese Association is to represent Japanese citizens in Peru and to spread the Japanese traditional values among the general community. The Peruvian Japanese Cultural Center offers a wide variety of cultural activities. The center is famous for their excellent theater performances and art exhibitions.

On the big grounds of the cultural center you find the theater, the Museum of Japanese Immigration, a small teahouse, Japanese gardens, a Japanese art exhibition, a library and a school for Japanese martial arts like Judo, Karate and Aikido. 

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