Finally!

The Stammtisch is back on!

It looks like we can re-launch our “Stammtisch” get-together on Monday, October 25!

Currently, alcohol is being served — with last orders at 20:00 — and guests can stay seated until 21:00.
However, we might have to split up into groups of 4, depending on how closely the Restaurant follows the guidelines of the authorities.
Even though new infections have dropped dramatically, masks should still be worn at all times, except for food and beverage intake.
Please let us know ASAP if you would like to join; “First come – First served”!

More info about the Stammtisch here.

We can also announce two upcoming events:

The Santa Claus-event will be on Saturday, 4. December and the traditional Swiss Club Ski Week in Shiga Kogen is planned for February 26 ~ March 6, 2022.

Save the dates!

We are starting the hiking season!

We are happy to offer the first Swiss Club Kamakura Hike of the season on Sunday, 3. October. We are going to start the season modestly with the classic “Daibutsu Trail”!

If you haven’t received the information by e-mail yet, contact us so we can put you on the mailing list.

Stay tuned

We really can’t wait to safely mingle again and are furiously planning our next events.

The temperatures are getting more comfortable…how about a hike?! We can only dream at this point, but stay tuned! Some impressions from our last hikes.

The Stammtisch is also waiting for a re-re-boot. Fingers crossed it will happen in October.

E-mails will go out to all the Swiss Club members, as usual. If you would like to get updates on the Stammtisch gatherings, don’t hesitate to put your e-mail address on the Stammtisch mailing list.

Hope to see you very soon!

Spring Hike Kamakura

Looking for safe activities in 2020, the Swiss Club Tokyo discovered hiking. It was a huge success! So much so that we have decided to make spring and autumn hiking a regular thing.

Unsurprisingly, the first spring hike of this year was booked out right away. Most certainly because of where it led us: the gorgeous Kamakura area is brimming with culture, where luscious green hills meet the deep blue ocean just a stone-throw away from Tokyo.

After a stroll through the bustling town, we ascended through thick greenery and soon reached the Mandarado Yagura Caves. Yaguras are man-made caves that were used to perform memorial services between the 13th and the 15th century and the cluster in Kamakura is the biggest one.

Lunch – “finally!”, said the kids. Overlooking the foothills, the town, and the ocean, we rested at the most scenic spot.

With the third state of emergency upon us, we decided to forgo sitting together for a beer but instead passed by an authentic German bakery before ending the official part in the town centre, to make further individual exploration convenient.

Another gorgeous day out with inspiring conversations and a great atmosphere, looking forward to the next one!