Rotary Clubs RID2750
(Part of Metoroporitan Tokyo)

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 Masamori SAWATARI
 RID2750 2017-18 Governor

  • 09/2017
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The RI District 2750 started in 1980 as District 275, when District 258 was split.
The first Governor was Mr. Reijiro Hattori (RC of the Tokyo Ginza).
The District consisted of half of Tokyo and the Pacific Basin, such as Guam, Saipan and Micronesia.

In 1991, the District became 2750 which is a part of Zone 2 in Asia.
 As of the end of June, 2017:
   No. of Clubs 100 (91 Domestic, 9 PBG)
   No. of Members 4,773 (4,483 Domestic, 290 PBG)
The RI District 2750 consists of 9 Groups.

Chiyoda Group
  Minato Ward
Ginza, Nihombashi Group
  Chuo Ward
Keihin Group
 Shinagawa Ward, Ota Ward)
Yamanote Higashi Group/Yamanote Nishi Group
  Shinagawa Ward, Meguro Ward, Suginami Ward, Setagaya Ward,Minato Ward
Tama Minami Group
  Hachioji City, Machida City, Hino City
Tama Naka Group
  Mitaka City, Koganei City, Kokubunji City, Tachikawa City, Kunitachi City, Akishima City)
Tama Higashi Group
  Chofu City, Fuchu City, Komae City, Inagi City, Tama City
Pacific Basin Group
  Guam, Saipan, Palau, Chuuk, Pohnpei
RI District 2750 is known not only as a large District but also has many characteristics.

  • 4 Countries in the District

    Tokyo (Center of Japan), Guam & Saipan (USA), Republic of Palau and the Federated States of Micronesia.As all members from 4 Countries join together, the District Conference is very international.
    Every 10 years, the District Conference is held in Guam.

  • Clubs are unique and active

    RC of Tokyo South was sponsored by Japan's first club, RC of Tokyo.
    RC of Tokyo West is a sister club of Rotary's first club, RC of Chicago.
    RC of Guam was sponsored by RC of Manila.
    RC of Tokyo Ginza, RC of Tokyo Nihombashi, RC of Tokyo Haneda, and RC of Tokyo Hachioji also have a long history.
    RC of Tokyo Chuo has more than 300 members and is still expanding.
    RC of Tokyo Hiroo is a bi-lingual club.
    RC of Tokyo Yoneyama friendship was created from past-Yoneyama scholarship students.

  • Many female members

    Among the Domestic clubs, the District has as many as 507 female members as of the end of June, 2017, which is 10 % of the total.
    They are very active.
    Ex. Close to half of the 115 members of RC of Tokyo Ebisu are active females.
  • The RI District 2750 continues to aim to be international, beyond the difference of culture and language,and to serve more to benefit to the communities.