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Festive Mime & Magic
The Club’s Family Christmas Show returns for the first time since 2019—with a cast of captivating, charming and chuckle-inducing characters.
"No end of year is complete,” legendary actor Sir Ian McKellen once said, “without going to see a pantomime.”
Turn the excess of the holidays into your season of prime fitness with an array of new wellness-enhancing Club classes.
Forget those doomed-to-fail fitness resolutions in January. There’s no time like the present to work up a sweat, particularly when the Club is offering a selection of free fitness classes.
Long-cherished memories and an international environment are inspiring Members to keep Club membership in the family.
On a hot summer day in 1990, the pool of the Azabudai Club erupted. A barrage of projectiles rained down on the water, followed quickly by another barrage—this time of children.
As football season kicks off in the States, the sport finds growing popularity in Japan.
Few places ooze football history like the Big House, the home of the University of Michigan Wolverines. With a capacity of 107,601, it is the largest stadium in the Western Hemisphere and the third largest in the world.
With refurbished courts, a new interactive system and quality coaching, the Club’s squash hub is enjoying a bustling summer.
With a determined sweep of her racket, Member Emi Onuki propels the rubber ball towards a giant dart board projected onto the wall in front of her.
As the United States celebrates its birth this month, the country’s ambassador to Japan, Rahm Emanuel, shares his thoughts on bilateral relations, diplomacy and the Club.
July Fourth was typically spent at a small, lakeside cottage about an hour-and-a-half’s drive from Chicago.
Takin’ Care of (Unfinished) Business
Ahead of his Independence Day performance at the Club next month, rock star Randy Bachman explains how his Japan trip is particularly momentous.
It was 1976 and Randy Bachman was on top of the world.