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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Aug 26–Sep 1
Sep 2–8
Sep 9–15
Sep 16–22
Sep 23–29

Art and Antiquing in Tokyo

Dive into the world of Japanese art galleries and antiques markets.

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Exploring Japanese Tea Ceremony Traditions

Visit a private teahouse in Bunkyo Ward for an exclusive insight into Japanese chanoyu tea ceremony traditions.

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Exploring Tokyo’s Architecture

Trace the main events that have formed Tokyo’s modern architecture. 

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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 Pacific pearls to precious and semiprecious stones, beads, gold coins and more.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Daimyo Garden and Kagurazaka

Created by feudal daimyo lords, Koishikawa-Korakuen is one of Tokyo’s oldest surviving landscape gardens.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Kita Kamakura Zen Gardens

Marvel at the scenery of three stunning Zen temples in Kita Kamakura.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Lunch on the Pond

Explore the grounds Kiyosumi Teien, one of the most beautiful strolling gardens in Japan.

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Japanese Garden Walks: Oiso Seaside Gardens

Escape the city for the coastal town of Oiso and its several seaside gardens.

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Kimono 101

Dive into the wonderful world of kimono.

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Kimono 101

Dive into the wonderful world of kimono.

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Kimono 101

Dive into the wonderful world of kimono.

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Preserving Japanese Culture: Kuhonbutsu

Witness the ongoing endeavors to protect Japan's cultural past at this 17th-century temple.

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Preserving Japanese Culture: The Afterlife

When art conservationists restore Buddhist artifacts, it’s not uncommon to discover messages left behind by their former owners.

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Preserving Japanese Culture: Zojoji Temple

Visit the temple enshrining the most significant samurai in Japan's long martial history.

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