Important: Reciprocal Club Visits
Tokyo American Club Members
Members intending to visit a reciprocal club overseas should first check if the club is accepting visitors before requesting a letter of introduction.
Reciprocal Club Members
As part of the Club's measures to safeguard the health of its Members and staff, visits to the Club by reciprocal club members have been suspended until further notice.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we look forward to welcoming you to the Club soon.
For the latest information on other Club measures, please check the Keeping Your Club Safe page.
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.
- Using a reciprocal club
Members should simply request an introductory letter 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 the Club's facilities and Guest Studios, in accordance with the reciprocal club agreement.
Reciprocal Club Spotlight
City University Club
The English pub is every bit a British institution as the royals themselves, but if you find yourself in London yearning for more than the taps at your adopted local, the historic City University Club promises an elevated experience.
Founded in 1895 by Oxford and Cambridge alumni, the dining club welcomes any and all midday epicureans. On weekdays, the dining room, decorated with art on loan from London collections, offers British-influenced continental fare. As for your choice of digestif, take a tip from author and past patron Evelyn Waugh: a single malt at the bar or glass of red by the fireplace.