Enrichment Programs

Whether you want to study a martial art, burn some calories in a dance class, start a new creative hobby or just meet like-minded people, the Club has dozens of classes to meet every interest, fitness level and personal goal.

Fast Pass to Fitness
Tied directly to your membership account, the revamped group fitness pass means there’s no need to carry physical tickets or figure out which color fits what lesson. Just purchase a passbook (¥12,000 for 10 uses) at the second-floor Recreation Desk, sign up for your favorite one- or two-pass group fitness class and show up to the Club ready to give it your all on your path to looking and feeling great.

By registering, Members accept the inherent risks in activities where social distancing requirements cannot be followed, and they agree not to hold the Club liable in the case of injury, illness or contraction of COVID-19 during these activities.

Group Fitness Schedule
Sep 14–20
Sep 21–27
Sep 28–Oct 4

Aloha Ukulele: Intermediate I

After learning the basics, students continue to play ukulele and sing along to popular tunes

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Aloha Ukulele: Intermediate II

After learning the basics, students continue to play ukulele and sing along to popular tunes.

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Aloha Ukulele: Intermediate III

After learning the basics, students continue to play ukulele and sing along to popular tunes.

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Aloha Ukulele: Intermediate IV

After learning the basics, students continue to play ukulele and sing along to popular tunes.

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Atami Baien Plum Garden

Travel to the popular resort town of Atami to stroll among hundreds of different species of plum tree in historic Atami Plum Garden.

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Baking: Quiche Lorraine and Carrot Cake Cupcakes

Learn to prepare two classic and party-tastic treats.

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Cancelled: Mashiko Pottery Festival

Due to the cancellation of the festival, this tour is no longer running.

Travel to Mashiko, a pottery town tucked away in the hills of Tochigi Prefecture, for its annual celebration of ceramics.

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Coffee Connections

Expand your horizons and your social circle at this monthly gathering.

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Drawing and Oil Painting

Explore the possibilities of the brush and canvas in this wide-ranging class.

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Elements of Jewelry Design: Session 1

Learn all there is to know on the world’s most precious stones.

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Elements of Jewelry Design: Session 2

Learn all there is to know on the world’s most precious stones.

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Flavors of North India

Taste the rich and decadent flavors of North Indian cuisine.

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Flavors of South India

Take second helpings of this delectable menu of South Indian cuisine.

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Flavors of Thailand: Session 1

Three classic dishes from the Land of Smiles.

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Flavors of Thailand: Session 2

Three classic dishes from the Land of Smiles.

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Intro to Japanese Calligraphy

Learn the techniques, meaning and majesty behind the ancient art of calligraphy.

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Japanese Garden Walk: Daimyo Garden

Next to the Tokyo Dome sits Koishikawa-Korakuen, one of Tokyo’s oldest surviving landscape gardens created by feudal era daimyo lords.

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Japanese Gift Wrapping: Christmas

Learn the fundamentals of Japanese gift wrapping and make your next present look as good as its contents.

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Japanese Gift Wrapping: New Year’s

Learn the fundamentals of Japanese gift wrapping with a twist.

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Jindaiji Daruma Festival

Make a wish with a traditional daruma doll sold from one of the 300 stalls on the grounds of one of Tokyo’s oldest temples.

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Kimekomi Doll Workshop

Bring your own beloved traditional kimekomi doll to life.

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Koreatown

With Korean pop culture booming across the world, take in Tokyo’s own vibrant Koreatown, just one stop from Shinjuku Station.

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Lavender Farm & Historic Kawagoe

Experience the largest lavender festival in Japan with over 50,000 lavender plants over eight hectares of land, including rare, white lavender blooms.

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Lotus Leaf Studio

A traditional art of Thailand, lotus leaf paintings have spread across the globe on the back of their natural beauty and meditative process.

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Matcha Ink Calligraphy

Craft a quintessential Japanese artwork using an unmistakeable hue of green matcha ink.

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Mountains, Foliage & Outlet Shopping

Head into the mountains of Hakone, full of lore and natural beauty.

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Mumbai Street Foods

You don’t need a three-star restaurant for three-star food.

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Nihonbashi: Tradition & Modernity

Wander through the bustling streets of Nihonbashi and experience its intriguing blend of Edo-era culture and modern-day Tokyo.

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Nokogiriyama Hike

Hike to a sprawling Buddhist temple site cut into sheer cliffs in southern Chiba Prefecture.

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Norikura Winter Wonderland

Travel by private bus to an American-Japanese lodge in Japan’s Southern Alps.

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Pearl Academy: Session 1

Ever wonder what makes pearls so precious?

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Pearl Academy: Session 2

Ever wonder what makes pearls so precious?

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Ryogoku: Sumo’s Mecca

Visit Ryogoku, the home of Japan’s traditional sport of sumo.

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Sogetsu Ikebana

Established in 1927, the Sogestu school of ikebana flower arrangement features both standard and freeform styles.

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Sumi-e Japanese Ink Painting

Learn the traditional Japanese art of sumi-e brush and ink painting.

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Tama River Rafting

Escape the city bustle on this white-water rafting adventure down the Tama River in western Tokyo’s Mitake Valley.

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Temari Ball Workshop

Delicate and detailed, traditional temari toy balls have been prized in Japan for more than a millennium.

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The Art of Kintsugi: Session 1

Kintsugi is the art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold, silver and other metals that highlight faults rather than deflect from them for a uniquely beautiful piece.

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The Art of Kintsugi: Session 2

Kintsugi is the art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold, silver and other metals that highlight faults rather than deflect from them for a uniquely beautiful piece.

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The Japanese Chef’s Knife

Learn the secrets behind some of the best kitchen knives in the world.

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Todoroki Valley & Kuhonbutsu

Escape into a forested valley just 30 minutes by train from the Club.

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Traditions in Tea Ceremony

Experience the finest in Japanese elegance and hospitality.

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Warabi Hadaka Festival

At this unique festival, watch loincloth-clad men bless newborns with mud and wrestle in the muck to wish for health, wealth and good luck.

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Washi Papermaking

Visit a traditional washi paper workshop and craft your own sheets just as artisans did a millennium ago.

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Winter Holiday Arrangement

Create a festive centerpiece with candles, various shades of green, berries, pine cones and other decorative elements.

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Woodblock Printing

Produce your own stunning example of this essential Japanese art.

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Yamanashi Winery & Peach Blossoms

After the cherry blossoms fall, Yamanashi Prefecture’s peach trees bloom.

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Yuzen Dyeing: Silk

Traditional Japanese yuzen dyeworks are as storied as they are beautiful.

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