Tokyo American Club (TAC) said Tuesday it has revised its resident membership entrance fees to make membership of the club more accessible to the international community and to promote diversity in its membership.
Resident membership entrance fees for foreign residents of Japan, regardless of family status or time in Japan, have been lowered to 1.2 million yen. This is a permanent amendment to the club’s membership fee policy.
John Durkin, the club’s representative governor and president, said, “We have recently welcomed over 350 new incremental foreign members to club, and with the new entry fee membership structure, we look forward to welcoming many more new members. The TAC community is diverse, vibrant and growing. We will be very pleased to welcome new members from the American and international community to our club.”
Durkin added, “After investing 28 billion yen in our new Azabudai facility, TAC is one of the world’s best private member clubs. TAC is a great place to establish new relationships, meet friends, enjoy Tokyo’s best fitness and recreation facilities, and excellent adult and family dining."© Japan Today