About Women's GroupThe Women's Group focuses on enhancing the lives of Club Members and their families and supporting the community through a diverse variety of specially designed services and programs.
Founded in 1949, the intimate organization promotes friendships and personal enrichment for men and women of every nationality, age and background through monthly programs, classes, seminars, tours, volunteering, fundraising and more.
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Members can help support Second Harvest Japan through this annual Women's Group campaign.
Donation forms are available at the Member Services Desk, Women's Group Office and on the Club website.
Runs through May 31.
Women's Group Membership
Women's Group Members enjoy discounts on monthly programs, classes, tours and childcare while attending Women's Group-sponsored Club events. Additionally, Members receive Women's Group communications and email notices.
Annual dues are ¥7,000 for September 1 to August 31, ¥3,500 for those joining after February 1.
Apply online to join the Women's Group.
Fundraising and charity work is a major undertaking of the Women's Group. With an estimated ¥25 million raised and distributed to charitable projects around Japan each year, the group is integral in helping the Club maintain its status as a government-sanctioned non-profit organization. The diversity of its ongoing work helps foster strong ties to the local community and provides those in need with hope and support.
The group is led by an annually elected board of 13 members, who help organize all events and programs with the help of committee chairs, coordinators and sub-committee members. All Women's Group members are invited to contribute fresh ideas and take an active role in the organization's leadership.
Five gracefully appointed rooms, each named after influential women in Japan, host recreational and more than 100 cultural classes, programs and workshops organized year-round by the Women's Group and other Club users. The takeaway food counters at the family-friendly Rainbow Café are just upstairs for a quick bite between enlightening sessions.
A portion our sales benefit local charities actively supported by the Charity Committee.
International Market & Asian Home and Garden Furnishing Sale
This exciting two-day shopping spree features about 60 vendors from around the world.
Following an afternoon of optional appreciation classes, bid on fine carpets from the Far East during this fun event.
Nearly New Sale
Buy or sell gently used clothing or household items at this huge "garage sale" in May.
Engaging speakers host informative and fun luncheons or events once a month from September through May.
Tokyo: Here & Now
This two-day orientation program goes beyond the basics to give newcomers to Japan valuable insight and information to ease the transition to living abroad. Held in March and October.
Explore Japan and Asia with friends and family on our expertly organized day, overnight and international tours.
Whether you're new to Tokyo or want to meet new people, drop by this relaxed Women's Group gathering..