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Welcome To

Venice Gakuen!

Please Support Our

Rutt's Cafe Fundraiser!

April 19 - April 25

You will receive a 5% discount for ordering online, for pick up, take out, or patio dine in. Rutt's will also donate 20% of your order to Venice Gakuen!

SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE

We do everything to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our students and employees. Our current program is running though our virtual classrooms. Our sensei teach from their classrooms where they utilize daily classroom materials to support their curriculum. We are still uncertain for when we may return for our in-person classes, but feel free to contact us for more information!

Venice Japanese Community Center

The Venice Gakuen is one of the oldest organizations of the Venice Japanese Community Center. For more information about the VJCC, click the logo at the bottom.

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Japanese

Culture

Our school takes pride in being a pillar for Japanese culture and our program opens that international portal so all our students can enjoy the traditions, cultural practices, and celebrations of Japan.

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Language Learning

Our learning objective is to serve students of all ages, ethnicity, and fluency levels. 

 

Our sensei are all native Japanese speakers with backgrounds in linguistic teachings to provide a well-rounded Japanese curriculum.

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Cultural

Celebration

Japan has many celebrations that are not known in the US, so we knowing that our students have fun through our cultural festivities such as learning about Japanese Children's Day or Japanese New Year's!

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Fun At

Home!

Check our our blog page for new ways you can bring what you learned from Japanese school back home!

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CONTACT

US

​12448 Braddock Dr.

 Los Angeles, CA 90066

 

(310) 822-8885

 

venicegakuen.office@gmail.com

Visit at VJCC.com

"A center to preserve the heritage and perpetuate the

Japanese-American

cultural experience."