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Updated: October 1, 2019
Also sometimes referred to as the Holy Resurrection Cathedral, the Nikolai-do Orthodox Cathedral is the main site for the Orthodox Church of Japan. The church is named after its Russian founder, St. Nicholas, born Ivan Dimitrovich Kasatkin (1836-1912) and the man responsible for introducing the Eastern Orthodox Church to Japan.
In 1923 the very Russian-looking Byzantine-style cathedral lost its bell tower and dome in the Great Kanto earthquake. It was restored to its former glory thanks to Japanese architect Shinito Okada, and it reopened in 1929.
General admission: 300 yen
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