Tokyo American Club Nihonbashi was officially unveiled at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 30.Read more...
The Club will open its first-ever satellite hub, in the Tokyo district of Nihonbashi, on March 31.
Located on the sixth floor of Nihonbashi Muromachi Mitsui Tower, Tokyo American Club Nihonbashi features a restaurant, bar and lounge, private dining room, fitness center and access to a VIP area.Read more...
The Club has made The BoardRoom magazine's list of top private clubs for a third time.
It was named as an Iconic Distinguished Club by the California-based Association of Private Club Directors.
Distinguished Clubs is an award program that recognizes private clubs that provide exceptional member experience.
Iconic status is bestowed on clubs with "good standing" that were founded at least 75 years ago.
Participating clubs are evaluated by a team of industry specialists.
The Club is the only Distinguished Club outside the United States.
The Club's Connections group plans to donate ¥5 million to local charities in 2021.
In a year that has seen the Covid-19 pandemic decimate economies, many nonprofits have struggled to keep up with the increased demand on their services.
"Without the support of Connections, these organizations cannot fully support all of the pressing needs in our broader community," says Connections President Heidi Regent. "The pandemic has sharply cut into their funding and financial stability."
Regent says Connections selected charities particularly affected by the crisis, such as Second Harvest Japan food bank, Sanyukai homeless shelter, TELL counseling services and Resilience, a women's support group.
"Charity is one of our three pillars at Connections," she says. "We recognize our own abundant blessings and take great pride in helping those less fortunate in Tokyo."
At the first Board meeting following the AGM, Michael Benner was selected to serve as representative governor for a one-year term.Read more...