Upcoming Events

Experience Diversity at Sharing Caring Culture!

01  Aug
Tokaichiba station

SCC Friends and Family River Walk

Join us for a gentle walk along the Onda-gawa river. It’s a great chance to relax and meet new people, while enjoying a healthy walk.

06  Aug
アートフォーラムあざみ野

Let’s Learn English – Summer Vocabulary

Let’s Learn English – サマ一ボキャブラリー

07  Aug
アートフォーラムあざみ野

STEAM Project – The Solar System

STEAM Project – テーマ:うちゅう

Welcome to SCC

Sharing Caring Culture (hereinafter referred to as SCC)is an organization founded in 2014 by a group of women of diverse ethnic backgrounds living in Japan.

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What We Do

Bringing Diverse People together through Cooking, Art & Culture activities

OYACO’S Room

Parents and children seeking connections in the area can join the VIDA playgroup session …

Intercultural Exchange -kruco × kruco

For those who want to be involved in community activities and use their skills, we hold a …

Publication- OYACO Reference Booklet

OYACO is a collaboration project by mothers and people from different backgrounds. SCC …

Our Mission and Vision

Unleashing the power of DIVERSITY!

We aim to deepen exchanges between international residents and Japanese, understanding cultural diversity and acknowledging the difference, to share the local problems and collaborate on solutions.

Our Vision

Create INCLUSIVE society where all individuals feel respected, are treated fairly, and can maximize the use of their uniqueness to fulfill their potential.

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The SCC Fellow is the one who engages in activities as an SCC player, supporter or join the events as a participant.

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27 Jul

Online Cooking Class: Thai Pineapple Fried Rice

Our very first Online Family Cooking Class via ZOOM! The featured menu was Thai Pineapple fried rice taught by Eve originated from Bangkok, Thailand 🇹🇭 Eve started the session by sharing the story behind this iconic dish, allowing the kids and their parents to know more about Thai culture. After cross checking the ingredients with…

23 Jul

Japanese Mizuhiki craft workshop

Japanese Mizuhiki craft workshop. What is Mizuhiki?A delicate decorative craft made from twisted papers. In Japan, there has been a custom of showing thanks or respect by wrapping gift in paper, attaching a noshi(a type of white paper representing a dried abalone) and tying it with a colored paper cord called MIZUHIKI.Japanese people use Mizuhiki…

04 Jul

Multilingual Story Time – Docomo Intercultural Program

Thank you everyone who came out to join our multilingual story time today! To prevent the spread of COVID-19,all the storytellers put on a face shield and all the participants wore a mask to join this session.Thank you for your cooperation! We read “Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do you See?” in English, Spanish and…

kruco × kruco for kids

Diversity Education Project for Children ドコモ市民活動団体助成事業 

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Our Team

Create DIVERSE and INCLUSIVE society together!

Keiko Misaka Founder / Representative Director / Elementary School English Activities Instructor
Sofia OYACO editor in chief
Asako translation coordinator

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1-17-3, Azamino Minami, Aoba-ku, Yokohama
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