As one of our 380 employees from more than 30 countries, you’ll be part of the team of a world-class organization that has been recognized as a Platinum City Club of the World and an Iconic Distinguished Club.
The Club offers bright, internationally minded people like you gratifying career opportunities across a range of areas, such as service, cuisine, fitness, or spa.
Above average amount of eligible paid holiday and long vacations are commonly taken by employees.
－Paid vacation in line with Japanese law
－3 days summer vacation
－New Year days of January 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
－Health insurance, Pension, Employment insurance, Industrial accident insurance
－Group Life Insurance
－Staff Canteen at a subsidized price
－Commuting allowance (with tax-free upper limit)
－Annual Health Check
－Annual Employee Recognition Party
－Uniform with cleaning service (when applicable)
※Current visa type to work in Japan and its validation period. Please submit CV in English if possible.
With more than 3,800 Members, drawn from 50-plus nations, the Club offers a diverse range of cultural, business and recreational activities and amenities in the heart of the Japanese capital.
The present facility, which was designed by lauded American architectural firm Pelli Clarke Pelli and opened on January 18, 2011, is the sixth incarnation of the Club.
The building was described by private club consultants the McMahon Group as “light years ahead of its U.S. counterparts” and “[as] quite possibly the finest private club facility in the world.”
Members enjoy access to top-class dining and recreation facilities, including a rooftop pool, bowling alley, library, spa, overnight rooms and event and meeting party facilities, at its Azabudai home.
In March 2021, the Club opened Tokyo American Club Nihonbashi, its first-ever satellite hub.
Tokyo American Club will be the premier private club in Tokyo. The Club will achieve “best in class” in both Member and employee satisfaction.
Tokyo American Club is a private club that provides an environment in the American tradition, where the diverse membership and their families gather as a community for social, recreational, business, and cultural activities.