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Tokyo Baptist Church in Daikanyama, Shibuya

If you are a Baptist and looking for a church to attend, Tokyo Baptist Church is perhaps one of the prominent one in Tokyo to attend.

Excerpt from Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_Baptist_Church

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Tokyo Baptist Church (organized on January 5, 1958) is an English speaking international Baptist Church located in Shibuya, situated in downtown Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo Baptist has 6 services every weekend (including a youth service on Sunday and an extra service on Saturdays) with an approximate attendance of 1,500.

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You can always check their website below:
http://www.tokyobaptist.org/live/

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