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Club 360 is more than just a gym. After working in the Tokyo health and sports medicine industry for a number of years, founders Nathan Schmid and Sam Gilbert found that good trainers, fitness clubs, and other health services are hard to find in Tokyo. Born from the desire to take care of all of your fitness and health services needs in one place, Club 360 offers a full range in two central Tokyo locations, including personal training, group fitness classes, boxing, physiotherapy, massage therapy and more.

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