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Address: 638 Tomosumigo Kashiragajima, Minamimatsura-gun, Shinkamigoto-cho 857-4102, Nagasaki Prefecture
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An unexpected side of Japan...

Kashigarashima Church is a stone church located in the Arikawa area. It was built in 1887 with St. Joseph as its patron saint. The church itself was beautiful, with lovely views... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2014
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Boring, Maryland
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

Kashigarashima Church is a stone church located in the Arikawa area. It was built in 1887 with St. Joseph as its patron saint. The church itself was beautiful, with lovely views of the seaside. A small Christian cemetery is located further downhill, near the sea.

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