An American Oasis
With the Club celebrating its 95th birthday at this month’s First Friday, two longtime Members reflect on decades of hamburgers, whiskey and friendships.
In the early 1970s, things were looking up in Japan. With the country basking in the success of Tokyo’s 1964 Olympics, the economy was on a tear.
One young Member shares how joining the Club swim team opened up new lanes of fun.
Barely 15 minutes after wrapping up a 90-minute training session with the Club’s swim team at the Sky Pool, 10-year-old Member Axl Kort is back in the water, diligently swimming laps.
Life Worth Lifting
Club trainer Chuck Wilson shares his remarkable journey from childhood illness to powerlifting dominance.
When Chuck Wilson was 5 years old, he was struck down with rheumatic fever. The doctors told him that he probably wouldn’t live for more than another decade.
Power of the Pose
Nihonbashi Member Joey Wu explains how the benefits of yoga extend well beyond the mat.
When I started doing yoga 15 years ago, I had no idea what it was about.
Island Living, Redefined
Ālia sets a new standard for luxury real estate in Hawai‘i.
Finding a luxurious condominium development in Hawai‘i is not a challenge, but one that allows you to be a part of a welcoming, connected and sustainable community on the islands is entirely different.Read more...
Hit the Road
Enjoy natural getaways at your own pace with Dream Drive.
With the approach of summer, the allure of Japan’s landscapes and picturesque nature beckons, inviting you to indulge in a world beyond the heat and the hustle and bustle of Tokyo’s confines.Read more...
Ready, Jet, Go!
Skip the queues and fly in style with Sky Trek Japan.
While Japan’s iconic bullet trains are well loved for their speed, punctuality and cleanliness, it’s hard to beat a private jet for stylish travel—especially when it comes with a close-up aerial view of Mount Fuji en route to a secluded Japanese inn in the mountains.Read more...