A vibrant institution of more than 3,800 Members, the Club has been a hub of exchange, socializing, entertainment and personal development for more than 80 years.
From hearty American staples in laid-back surroundings to creative cuisine, paired with world-class wine, the Club is a destination of flavors for all palates.
Whether it’s an elegant gala dinner, a business meeting or the most important day of your life, the Club’s event and wedding experts create memorable success.
Brimming with fitness and sports opportunities, the Club is a haven for those looking to stay in shape, unwind and meet like-minded exercise lovers.
There are so many family- and child-focused programs, events, services and amenities at the Club that parents will wonder where to start.
Unwind with a massage. Grab a blockbuster or a page-turner. Take in an art exhibition. Join a cultural tour. The opportunities at the Club are endless.
In the morning, before it comes to life, wander Kabukicho’s famous Golden Gai, home to a maze of streets filled with tiny drinking establishments.
Take a leisurely walk through the streets of Azabu surrounding the Club, enjoy a delectable lunch and learn about the area’s history, sightseeing spots, restaurants and more.
Travel to Mashiko, a pottery town tucked away in the hills of Tochigi Prefecture, for its annual celebration of ceramics.
Take in Odawara Castle’s panoramic views and a special chrysanthemum exhibition before visiting a hillside farm for mikan orange picking.
Wander through the bustling streets of Nihonbashi and experience its intriguing blend of Edo-era culture and modern-day Tokyo.
Take in Tokyo’s vibrant Koreatown, just one stop from Shinjuku Station.
Architectural expert Erez Golani Solomon leads an interactive walking tour of eastern Tokyo's most notable buildings.
Travel by private bus to an American-Japanese lodge in Japan’s Southern Alps for a weekend of alpine sports quiet relaxation. or downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding or just relaxing and admiring the breathtaking landscape.
2-1-2 Azabudai, Minato-ku