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Reciprocal Visitors to the Club
Reciprocal club members will be welcome to use the spacious, state-of-the-art facilties of the new Club in Azabudai.
A Facility Usage Fee of 5,000 yen will be charged to visiting members of Reciprocal Clubs which charge a visiting fee to Tokyo American Club members. The fee applies to the membership, and not to each person in the case of a family visit, and to the term of the visit. The fee will be waived for visiting Reciprocal Club members staying in the Tokyo American Club's Guest Studios. We look forward to hosting your next visit to Tokyo.
Download the Reciprocal Member Fact Sheet for further information or visit the Guest Studios page to learn about the seven chic themed rooms on offer.
Members can take advantage of reciprocal privileges at more than 150 first-rate institutions across the globe. Apply at the Member Services Desk for a special introductory card to be presented at the reciprocal club’s reception desk and exchanged for a visitor’s club card.
Please check the comprehensive Reciprocal Club Guide available at the Member Services Desk and Library for details on facilities, services and features.
Member Services Desk
Daily: 7:30 am–10 pm
Club SpotlightThe Cape Town Club
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Housed in a 19th-century manor house and national monument, this stately club is cradled in the Table Mountain basin and steeped in history. The club boasts such eminent members as Nobel Prize winners Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu, whose portraits grace the walls of the clubhouse’s regal Nobel Laureate Room. Just a short stroll away from the Company Gardens, established in 1652 by Dutch settlers, the club features an array of amenities, including a sheltered garden and pool, library, restaurant and bar.
The River Club
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Originally founded as a patriotic society to support US President Abraham Lincoln, this club’s rich heritage is evident in its numerous cultural treasures and works of art. Spanning an entire city block, the club fulfills its motto, “Love of country leads,” with myriad philanthropic efforts, visits from US presidents and global dignitaries and monthly lectures by notable public figures. In addition, it houses several dining options, a 24-hour business center, library, spa, fitness center and 84 guest rooms.