Enrichment Programs

Whether you want to study a martial art, burn some calories in a dance class, start a new creative hobby or just meet like-minded people, the Club has dozens of classes to meet every interest, fitness level and personal goal.

 

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Mar 25–31
Apr 1–7
Apr 8–14
Apr 15–21
Apr 22–28
Apr 29–May 5

Exploring Japanese Tea Ceremony Traditions

Visit Jissoan, a private teahouse in Tokyo’s Bunkyo Ward, for an exclusive insight into Japanese tea ceremony, or chanoyu, traditions with a tea master.

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Gems and Jewelry: An Insider's View

Tour the wholesale jewelry area of Tokyo, where you can find everything from South Sea pearls to precious and semiprecious stones, beads, gold coins and more.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Kanda River Gardens

Take in three beautiful gardens along Tokyo’s Kanda River, a manmade canal built by the Tokugawa shogunate.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Kita Kamakura Zen Gardens

Visit three stunning Zen temples in Kita Kamakura during the plum blossom season.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Shibamata Gardens

Lauded by a highly regarded American magazine, Tokyo’s Yamamoto-tei is a traditional Japanese house that features elements of Western architecture and a beautiful shoin-style garden (designed for admiring from within a building).

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Japanese Garden Walks: Western and Japanese Beauty in Harmony

Kyu Furukawa Gardens seamlessly blends characteristics of Western and Japanese gardens.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Yokohama Sankeien

Sankeien is a traditional Japanese strolling garden. It was designed by Tomitaro (Sankei) Hara, a wealthy, Meiji-era businessman in the silk trade.

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No-Fuss Tea Ceremony

This introduction to Japanese tea ceremony skips the formalities and explains the tools, techniques and traditions of this Japanese art in an easygoing, relaxed setting.

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Preserving Japanese Culture: Kuhonbutsu Tour

Kuhonzan Yuizainenbustuin Joshin Temple, or Kuhonbutsu, is a historically important temple in western Tokyo.

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