A vibrant institution of more than 3,800 Members, the Club has been a hub of exchange, socializing, entertainment and personal development for more than 80 years.
From hearty American staples in laid-back surroundings to creative cuisine, paired with world-class wine, the Club is a destination of flavors for all palates.
Whether it’s an elegant gala dinner, a business meeting or the most important day of your life, the Club’s event and wedding experts create memorable success.
Brimming with fitness and sports opportunities, the Club is a haven for those looking to stay in shape, unwind and meet like-minded exercise lovers.
There are so many family- and child-focused programs, events, services and amenities at the Club that parents will wonder where to start.
Unwind with a massage. Grab a blockbuster or a page-turner. Take in an art exhibition. Join a cultural tour. The opportunities at the Club are endless.
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.
There are no tournaments in Aikido so students do not rely on defeating others in order to improve.
In this program, you will learn the basics of Brazilian jiujitsu.
Gojuryu is a close-range, self-defense martial art that is characterized by circular blocks, joint manipulations and kicking techniques to lower-body targets.
Adult men and women and youth above 16 years old learn the simple, effective self-defense techniques of krav maga for real-life situations.
Kicking and punching, self-defense skills and stretching exercises. Students also improve their concentration skills while becoming fitter.
Students learn the history, rules and code of conduct of judo; such techniques as throwing, holding, choking and joint locking.
The class is designed for students to learn basic muay Thai martial arts techniques in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Capoeira uniquely blends self-defense moves with dance, acrobatics, music and song.
Kids are introduced to yoga through a combination of exercise and relaxation.
Students up to 16 years old learn the simple, effective self-defense techniques of krav maga.
Students learn kicking, punching, self-defense skills and stretching exercises while improving their concentration skills and becoming fitter.
2-1-2 Azabudai, Minato-ku