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Behind any dynamic private club community, you’ll find a dedicated corps of Member volunteers. But what drives them to get involved?
In May 1928, that’s all it took to establish the American Club on the top three floors of the Iwamoto Building in Tokyo’s Yurakucho neighborhood.
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.
With the Club set to unveil its first satellite facility next year, what can Members expect from this second home away from home?
Is there such a thing as a heart to a city of 14 million? When Tokyo was still Edo, there was.