As back-to-school season kicks into gear, the Club’s own suite of tech-centric classes is helping to expand kids’ academic horizons.
Schools were shut and meeting with friends was out of the question. At the height of last year’s pandemic lockdowns and with little else to occupy himself, Enzo Saito turned to a familiar pastime: video games.Read more...
With a new crop of horizon-expanding enrichment classes launching this month, one Member explains her years-long journey in a traditional pursuit.
Emily Okada motions to a framed painting that seems plucked from the walls of a Ginza gallery. The crisp lines of the kimono-clad geisha reaching for the delicate petals of a cherry blossom could easily pass as the adept work of a professional.
TAC Talk speaker and Nihonbashi Club designer Daishi Yoshimoto talks form, function and favorite structures.
The Club made history on March 31 this year when it unveiled its inaugural satellite clubhouse. Those first across the threshold were struck by the facility’s blend of contemporary elegance and welcoming warmth.
The Club reaffirms its ties with the pottery mecca of Mashiko in an exhibition at the Frederick Harris Gallery this month.
A two-hour drive north of Tokyo lies a small Tochigi town with a reputation that reaches far beyond the surrounding mountains. Mashiko is home to just 20,000 people and a style of pottery that draws collectors from around the world.