About RC Tokyo Jingu
Concept of foundation
Basic philosophy at the time of club establishment
1. Have a open minded, club management.
2. constituted young membera and maintain young spirits.
3. Realized man and woman equal numbers.
Origin of Banner
For the meaning of color of the banner
"Blue" is a rotary color international.
"Red" and "White" are Japan.
"Red" is a female member.
"White" represents a male member.
What will happen if you make a rotary mark in three dimensions?
With the idea of "Gear knitting spinning?", The club mark is made.
(Production: Ryuji Kitagawa former member)
Overview and Features
|Club Name||ROTARY CLUB of TOKYO JINGU|
|Founded||May 18, 1994|
|Approval||June 14, 1994|
|Area||Rotary International District 2750
All over Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
|Number of members||29 (as of May 30, 2018)
(Gender ratio: 18 male members and 11 female members)
|Meeting place||Roppongi Hills Club (Roppongi Mori Tower 51st Floor)
*However, we may use other facilities by the event.
|Meeting day||every Wednesday
*On the 5th Wednesday we have a regular meeting at night and we are making regular meetings to promote friendship.
|Meeting time||12:30 to 13:30 (1 hour)|
|Features||Election of directors and presidents by campaign to manage the club reflecting the will of all members.
Taipei Metropolitan RC, which became a sister club five years ago, is a mutual visit twice a year, participation in the cleaning service of Meiji Jingu, children living in poor families, and children who are hospitalized for pediatric cancer In cooperation with each other.
We continues to do 16-year-old Hello Work at Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo High School which started in anniversary projects, and it is an activity combining youth service and vocational service.
The Meiji Shrine cleaning service activities established as regular events that have been increased by participants from Taipei's sister club and many other clubs.
As a support for children living in poor families, the child cafeteria support activities that began last year started with support for expenses at the time of entering school, guidance on BBQ, cooking support, assistance for transportation expenses for summer camp, etc. We do fine-grained support as a part of community service and youth service.
|Secretariat||1F A-B Building,
3-1-30, Roppongi Minato-ku,
Letters from Margaret Thatcher
To everyone of the Rotary Club of Tokyo Jingu
The "spirit of service" that everyone is regarded as ideal,
It is wonderful to be accepted by every citizen, ethnic group all over the world.
October 16, 1994
*In the founding period of the club, Margaret Thatcher (Message from the British first female prime minister who was told "Women of Iron")
Founding Organization and Charter Night
Organization's general meeting (May 18, 1994)
Charter night (May 30, 1995)
Introduction of affiliated clubs
Rotary Club of Tokyo Harajuku
Founded: April 17, 1985
Rotary Club of Tokyo Hiroo
Founding: December 14, 2000
Features: We once a week in both Japanese and English bilingual languages. By acting bilingually, foreign members deepen their understanding of Japanese, Japanese culture and Japanese society, and Japanese members are expanding their vision towards the international community.
It is one of the attractions of the Tokyo Hiroo Rotary Club that exchanges across borders, sex, age, and occupation. (From the homepage · club overview)
Rotary Club of Taipei Metropolitan
Rotary Club of Tokyo Yoneyama YUAI
Founding: February 11, 2010
Features: "New generation club" gathering members of "multinational" centered on OB, OG organization (Yoneyama alumni) of scholars from Asia (Yoneyama scholarship student).
Goal: We will aim for a club that mutually respects all diversity such as nation, ethnicity, religion, etc. with the heart of "fraternity", and develops activities that connect the world. (Extracted from the words of Yang Jinhua first president)