TOKYO – International House of Japan

The International House of Japan is a private, non-profit organization incorporated in 1952 for the purpose of promoting cultural exchange and intellectual cooperation between the peoples of Japan and those of other countries. Inspired by the beautiful traditional garden which surrounds the clean yet graceful design of its buildings, the I-House is a place where both foreign and Japanese visitors can come together in creative dialogue and relaxed contemplation.

KOBE – Kobe Club

Founded 1869. Facilities include dining room, members’ bar, private meeting/function/banquets facilities, swimming pool, poolside bar, barbecue, squash, sauna, billiard room, and activities room.

YOKOHAMA – Yokohama Country and Athletic Club

Founded 1868, it moved to its present site (covering 33,000 square metres) in 1912. Located 15 minutes from city centre and 45-60 minutes from Tokyo, it is part of the oldest international community in Japan.

TOKYO – Tokyo American Club

Founded 1928. Facilities include informal and formal dining rooms, grill room & bar, private dining and meeting rooms, squash, fitness centre/gymnasium, swimming pool, library, card room, spa, childcare centre & business centre.