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Community Event

Aug 202128 Aug 202129
10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington
1414 South Weller Street
Seattle, 98144
United States

The JCCCW’s All Things Japanese Sale (ATJS) is back to its more usual format this August, being held on Saturday & Sunday, the 28th and  29th, 2021 from 10AM to 4PM both days. The ATJS is a large-scale rummage sale, packed with a wide variety of Japanese items for purchase including dolls, furniture, fans, clothing, accessories, plush toys, jewelry, books and much more. There is something for everyone with some items priced as low as $0.25! All major credit cards are accepted, as well as cash. Income generated from the event goes toward supporting the mission of the JCCCW to preserve, promote, and share Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritage.

No appointments necessary - but we will monitor the number of people inside the sale at a time to stay within health and safety guidelines. We will also be requiring masks be worn at all times, covering from your nose to your chin, while inside the JCCCW facilities during the sale. We ask for your patience and cooperation through this unprecedented time, for the safety of staff, volunteers, and visitors.


How to Participate:

Donate your Japanese Items!  We will accept all Japanese art, antique, vintage, household and collectible items for the Sale through Thursday, Aug. 19th. The drop-off site is located in the alley off of 16th Ave S. between Weller St. and King St. Drop-off times for Japanese items are Thursday - Sunday between 10 AM and 3 PM - no appointment necessary, or on other days by appointment. If you have questions about donation, please contact

Volunteer Opportunities!: 
We are looking for a few volunteers to help with preparations, as well as on the day of. Please go here to register your interest, or contact Ben Burton ( or Damien Craig (


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