Age is but a number to the Club’s newest crop of philanthropic talent. But what drives the youth of today to lend a helping hand?
No masks. No hand sanitizer. Just ahead of Tokyo’s state of emergency in April, stores throughout the capital had been picked clean of healthcare necessities.
Member Akihiro Takaoka explains how his love of cycling led to the ultimate race against the clock.
As Akihiro Takaoka cycled up to the pyramidal concrete monument that marks Japan’s most northernmost point on Hokkaido’s Cape Soya, he had only one thing on his mind.
The bar of the Club’s soon-to-open Nihonbashi facility promises an elegant and vibrant experience for all imbibers.
"I like bars just after they open for the evening,” declares gumshoe Philip Marlowe in Raymond Chandler’s 1953 noir masterpiece The Long Goodbye. “The first quiet drink of the evening in a quiet bar—that’s wonderful.”
What’s the big fuss about happiness? In his latest book, clinical psychologist Scott Haas breaks down the Japanese secret to being content.
After a 15-hour flight from the United States, Scott Haas found himself stranded at Narita International Airport.