The Tokyo American Club, a membership organization made up of foreign residents in Japan, has lowered its new-member fees to ¥1.2 million from ¥3 million to bring in fresh recruits from the American and international communities.

“We have recently welcomed over 350 new incremental foreign members to the club, and with the new entry fee membership structure, we look forward to welcoming many more new members,” said John Durkin, the organization’s president.

The club, located in the Azabudai district, offers a wide range of services and events, billing itself as a “great place to gather as a community for social, recreational, business and cultural activities.”

The Tokyo American Club has been committed to cultural exchange since it was established in 1928. The club currently has more than 3,500 members from more than 50 nations.

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