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Catholic Yamate Church, Yokohama

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  • Places are a little bit from the station, but is a nice place. After the evening mass on Saturday night is lovely. MISA and there are many foreign nationals.
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  • Beautiful Trullo of pale blue-green Spire to the cross erected an elegant light gray walls with fore and, along the way toward Italy mountain garden walking tour around the Western from the "port view Park", while the Church is. You could open up the stairs and put my hand on the door, to see the inside. According to the booklet received after the opening at the end of the Edo period, settlement (near the present-day Chinatown Gate), by France missionaries first cathedral was built. In overcrowded settlements moved to its present location on the Yamanote. Also built the Cathedral's Gothic brick building with twin towers, was destroyed by the great Kanto earthquake. Present Church combines the firmness and good, concrete 0/1933 with a bell-tower was born. Inside altar in the Middle three white columns gallery type. It is bright of sunlight shining through the stained glass is clean.
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  • This is Yokohama Yamate's leading tourist destinations. It is of Gothic spires of stone look. In appearance than the inside was somber and quietly. When you come to the Yamanote can freely visit other than mass is open every week, so please visit.
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