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Reciprocal Clubs

The world is a lot smaller when you're a Member of Tokyo American Club.

All Members enjoy access to a network of more than 150 clubs worldwide, visible on the interactive map above.

Whether you're traveling abroad on business or for a well-earned vacation, take advantage of this network of clubs, some of which feature overnight rooms and dining facilities in the heart of the city.

  • Using a reciprocal club
    Members should simply request an introductory letter online or from Member Services and present it at the reciprocal club's front desk.
  • Reciprocal club visitors to Tokyo
    Reciprocal club members are welcome to use the Club's facilities and Guest Studios, in accordance with the reciprocal club agreement.

Reciprocal Club Spotlight

University Club of New York

Located on Fifth Avenue in the heart of Manhattan, the University Club of New York is the ideal base from which to explore the city. The club, which is not affiliated with any particular university, received its charter in 1865 and opened its palazzo-style building in around 1900.

The clubhouse features nearly 100 overnight rooms, dining and function rooms, athletic and squash facilities and a stunning library, whose intricately painted ceiling murals were modeled after the Vatican Apartments.

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