Living Our Culture: Bringing Legacy to Life

Japanese American Service Committee

Join us in honoring a rich community of remarkable people! The evening begins with live music by honoree Tatsu Aoki and a quartet assemblage from his Miyumi Project group. Come enjoy the sounds of Miyumi Project’s unique blend of Asian American jazz. Tatsu is indeed a living example of creative expression (“hyo-ugen-ryoku”)

Doug Tono Sensei representing Tohkon and Dwight Sora representing the Chicago Aikido Club will both have displays highlighting our contributions to the JASC community.

When: Thursday, June 12th, 6 – 9 pm
Where: The Floating World Gallery | 1925 North Halsted
Tickets: $125 per person for general admission
$100 per person for groups of 5 or more
$65 per person for young generations (21-35)

If you can’t attend but still want to support click here to buy a raffle ticket.

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Chicago Aikido Club is non-profit organization dedicated to the free and creative exploration of Aikido in all its aspects – martial, physical and spiritual.
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