The world is a lot smaller when you're a Member of Tokyo American Club.
All Members enjoy access to a network of more than 150 clubs worldwide, visible on the interactive map above.
Whether you're traveling abroad on business or for a well-earned vacation, take advantage of this network of clubs, some of which feature overnight rooms and dining facilities in the heart of the city.
If you wish to use the facilities of a club with which we have a reciprocal agreement, simply request an introductory letter online or from Member Services and present it at the reciprocal club's front desk.
Reciprocal Club Visitors to Tokyo
Reciprocal club members are welcome to use Tokyo American Club, in accordance with the reciprocal club agreement.
The Club's impressive facilities, Guest Studios and downtown location make it an ideal place from which to explore and enjoy Tokyo.
Château Sainte-Anne could easily pass for a grand country estate. With its stately, 115-year-old clubhouse and expansive grounds on the edge of the Sonian Forest, this club is a true retreat, just 20 minutes from the center of Brussels. The idea for the Royal International Club Château Sainte-Anne came about during the 1957 signing of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community. The club was created two years later. Today, the club’s membership of diplomats, executives, EU officials and local families enjoy the outdoor pool, tennis courts, restaurant and array of social and business events.