The Club’s music tutors and facilities help Members pursue their passion for what American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow described as “the universal language of mankind.”
Three years ago, pianist Kyra Chavali regaled the camera-wielding audience at the Club’s annual concert for music students with a rendition of the children’s song, “Brave Little Indian.”
Set to speak at the Club this month, writer Stephen Mansfield explains the challenges of unearthing Tokyo’s past for his latest book.
Drawing 24 million overseas tourists in 2016 and now aiming for 40 million, Japan is becoming a travel industry powerhouse. Leading the charge is Tokyo, which is revamping its tourism facilities before it hosts the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Picking up a golf club for the ﬁrst time proved to be a pivotal moment for Men’s Golf Group member Masaki Sato.
The golf course has long been an extension of the office in Japan. But for Masaki Sato, the game is much more than a vehicle for cementing business relationships.
One Member explains why Japan’s younger generation is key to a revitalized economy.
Ushering me past the gleaming sign in the reception area and into the offices of his recruitment firm, Jeremy Sanderson is clearly delighted with his new premises in Toranomon. The move into the mid-rise office building represents the culmination of 10 years of entrepreneurial determination.