Member Peter Opdahl will soon be jetting off to the United States after winning the top prize at the recent Independence Day Celebration lucky draw.
He picked up a pair of premium economy tickets with American Airlines.
Another Member, Akito Odagiri, won a business class seat with American Airlines to the US after filling out a business class seat survey.
Meanwhile, Members Courtney Treut and Christina Siegel each received a Coca-Cola golf bag and Youichi Murai took home a Coca-Cola suitcase.
Members will be able to view rugby union's Webb Ellis Cup up close when the trophy visits the Club on July 24.
Named after William Webb Ellis, the purported schoolboy inventor of the sport, the trophy has been presented to the winner of the World Cup since the first tournament in 1987.
The winning team of this year's competition will lift the cup on November 2 in Yokohama.
Unveiling its new menu on July 8, CHOP's lineup of premium American steaks features a 39-ounce porterhouse (pictured), a 14-ounce rib eye and a 16-ounce New York strip loin from Snake River Farms' cross-bred cattle.
"While other steakhouses offer USDA Prime, Snake River Farms exceeds that level of grading with its intense, wagyu cross-derived marbling," says Scott Kihara, the Club's chef de cuisine, in the July issue of INTOUCH. "The steaks offer a combination of sweet, buttery marbling with a full American beef flavor."
Former US Ambassador to Japan John Roos will receive the Club's Distinguished Achievement Award at a presentation ceremony on June 20.
Roos, who served as America's top diplomat in Japan between 2009 and 2013, is being recognized for his efforts to strengthen US-Japan ties.
He became the first US ambassador to visit Hiroshima (2010) and Nagasaki (2012) on the anniversaries of the atomic bombings of the cities.
In 2011, he led the American mission to support the recovery efforts following the devastating Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.
Two months before that tragic event, Roos, in his capacity as honorary president of the Club, spoke at the official opening of the Azabudai facility (pictured).
Previous recipients of the Distinguished Achievement Award include astronaut Koichi Wakata, mountaineer Junko Tabei and literary scholar Donald Keene.
Team USA's top sprinters are set to visit the Club on May 9.
Among the star-studded squad are 11 world medalists and three 2016 Olympic medalists, including world 100-meter champion Tori Bowie, IAAF Diamond League 200-meter champ Noah Lyles (pictured), Courtney Okolo, who won gold in Rio in the 4-x-400-meter relay, and five-time Olympic medalist Justin Gatlin.
At this Club-exclusive event, Members of all ages will have a chance to meet and chat with their track heroes.