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Himonya Catholic Church (Salesian Fathers of Don Bosco)カトリック碑文谷教会(サレジオ修道会)

Church

A friendly-looking white catholic church dedicated to Saint Mary which was founded in the Edo period. Inside, there are beautiful white marble statues depicting the Pieta, Don Bosco, and Our Lady of Lourdes. When visiting for the first time, mention this fact at the entrance to receive an explanation of the church's rules and proper etiquette.

place

Tokyo Meguro-ku Himonya 1-26-24

phone 0337137624
place

7:00-17:00

Review of Himonya Catholic Church

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Reviewed:2018/03/16 Interesting and moving
I attended a weekday 7:00 a.m. service. The front doors to the church were locked; to enter, I walked around the church to the right of the front doors and found an open entranceway. Mass was not...
Reviewed:2017/04/18 Incredible Architecture New yet old....
We visited on Easter Sunday and it was a beautiful setting and very modern inside. The mass was in Japanese but the priest recognized a few foreign faces and spoke his homlily in Spanish and English...
Reviewed:2017/03/18 Quaint
This church was dedicated in 1948 and is a landmark in Himonya. In addition to its services the church does volunteer work in support of several activities including a mission to East Timor.

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Address

Tokyo Meguro-ku Himonya 1-26-24 [map]

Phone

0337137624

Hours
7:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Observation Free
Parking Lot
Available(50spaces)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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