Since 1907, JAANY has been the heart of the Japanese community. We serve our community through bilingual social services, educational programs, and community outreach. With a strong sense of diversity, we have always been a collaborative forum, celebrating and sharing our Japanese culture and heritage with people of all ages and backgrounds.
The JAA office is open and is receiving guests on a limited basis.
Guidelines for our visitors:
Proof of Vaccination for indoor activities will be required at JAA from 9/13. Guidelines for our visitors are based on NYC’s updated guidance on COVID-19:
☆Temperature check & wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer at the door,
☆Show proof of vaccination at JAA; photo copy of your CDC Vaccination Card, NYC Vaccination Record or Excelsior Pass which you can be download at NY State Excelsior Pass
☆Fully vaccinated individuals will still need to use face coverings during larger gatherings and must practice social distancing at all times while in the JAA facility.
☆At the JAA Building, only 6 people will be allowed in the lobby and 4 people in the elevator and a maximum of 72 people are allowed inside the JAA Hall.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-840-6942.
If you need masks, please contact us!
1-833-697-4829（7am-10pm 7 days a week）
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