Japanese American National Museum

Expansion of the Japanese American National Museum. Two striking buildings comprise the museum. One is a beautifully restored, former Buddhist temple, the other a contemporary, glass structure designed by architect Gyo Obata, representing the past and the present. The museum preserves the heritage of the Issei (first generation Japanese Americans).

Building Information

Gross Sq Ft
85,000
Date Opened
1925

Property Contact

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment Information

Uses
Museum/Gallery

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