With the Club set to embark on an epochal year, the Club’s representative governor ruminates on being a “good steward of the asset.”
Tokyo resembled one giant construction site at the beginning of 1964. With the opening ceremony of Asia’s first-ever Olympic Games 10 months away, the city was consumed by a frenzy of development.
In African Samurai, Thomas Lockley reveals the incredible story of a captive’s rise to warrior.
Nobunaga called for water and a brush. He commanded his guest…to strip to the waist.
Member Jonathan Siegel explains how the Club helped him in his speedy, post-surgery return to the sport he loves.
Before I left for Japan [in 2016], I ran a marathon in San Francisco and I can say I didn’t do as full and thorough a training program as I should have done. I started to have a tightness and swelling in my ankle.