Name: The Hongkong Japanese Club
18/F and 19/F, 68 YEE WO STREET, CAUSEWAY
"The Hongkong Japanese Club" is a non-profit club, established in August 1955 with 16 corporate members and approximately 90 individual members.
As of December 2012, after 58 years after the Clubfs establishment, there are 323 corporate members and 2,201@individual members (including 530@international members).
Under Hong Kong law, "The Hongkong Japanese Club " ,which previously functioned under the Societies Ordinance, has functioned under the Companies Ordinance since September 14, 1993. At present, "The Hongkong Japanese Club " falls within the category of a limited liability company. The Club is managed by "the Board of Directors", currently consisting of 25 directors as per the rules of "the Articles of Association of the Hongkong Japanese Club".
The objectives of the Club are to promote friendship and mutual assistance amongst members, to improve the welfare of the members, and to extend services and friendship to the wider Hong Kong community.
To accomplish these objectives, the Club provides facilities for members e.g. restaurants and meeting rooms, and organizes cultural and sports activities and interest groups for members. These are managed and supported by various internal departments at the Club.
Classes of Membership
Corporate Members (for Japan-based companies)
Corporate Individual Members (under Corporate Members category)
Non-corporate Individual Members (for Japanese nationals)
International Members (for all non-Japanese nationals)
HOW TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP
(1) Please come to the club to collect an application form or download the form.
(2) Please complete the form and send it to the Club, together with your cheque for entrance fee, card fee, monthly fee and deposit for Individual members.
*All members are requested to pay HK$50 for making their members card. Membership Fees
The Club is located at 68 Yee Wo Street Causeway Bay, with excellent access to MTR, buses, trams etc. The Club is also connected to the Regal Hong Kong hotel in Causeway Bay making it very convenient for shopping and socializing.
Management expenses are covered by club revenues e.g. enrollment fees, membership fees.
Members are allowed to utilize facilities of the Club upon presentation of their membership card.