SERVICE
Wednesday Lunch Meeting
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Sakura House is a meeting place where our seniors can come and socialize with friends & our volunteers in Japanese language.

Currently, we are open on Wednesdays between 11am and 2:30pm. Our seniors enjoy hot tea, snacks, and Japanese-style lunch our volunteers make. We enjoy Kanji or Proverb Quiz for brain exercise before lunch, and Craft Demonstration or Reading Aloud after lunch. Also, we sing Japanese folk & popular songs.

We provide an opportunity to make friends for Japanese speakers.
Let’s come and join us in this “Chat in Japanese” club on every Wednesday !

When : Every Wednesday 11am – 2:30pm
Where : Sakura House
2829 4 th Ave., San Diego
Bento Delivery Service
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Senior Village Sakura has been delivering the authentic Japanese lunch box once a month, on third Sundays. There are a lot of seniors who can hardly get Japanese meal, because Japanese markets are far from your house or you don’t drive a car. We thought that we could provide Japanese meal for those people who really want to have it. Thus, we started to deliver the Japanese lunch box directly at house in 2011.

We provide the authentic Japanese style with seasonal foodstuff considering senior citizen’s health first.
As well, you can have a fresh natto pack with lunch box every month.

Only write and send an application form with 18dallers once per three months, our volunteering staff deliver the lunch box to your house. Now 30 to 40 people enjoy the Japanese lunch box using this service! Please feel free to call us and ask any questions.

Any questions, please call 619-993-6890 and fill out the application form to receive it. Click here for the application form.
Our Short-Term Stay Service
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Senior Village Sakura has started a short-term stay service for seniors from Japan visiting their children or siblings and looking for a temporary place to stay during their visit. We offer a single-occupancy room with household furniture, a bed, a toilet, and a television set with 24-hour Japanese programming, as well as Japanese meals.

While many long- and short-term facilities and group homes for seniors exist in the United States, very few of them have helpers who speak Japanese, let alone offer Japanese meals. Not only seniors who have just arrived from Japan but also those who have been living in the States for a long time seem to find communication in English becoming harder with age, and find it more comfortable to communicate in Japanese. We have secured a room for these people so that they can enjoy their stay as if they were in their own homes. This service requires that the guests be able to take care of themselves. However, please consult us for people with light disability or mild dementia. This is a space where people who fear communicating in English can spend time comfortably. We are sure the families of the guests will have their minds at ease. Please contact us if you are interested.