The church is located in an obscure area in Kyukaruizawa Ginza. I was pacing up and down the street but couldn't find it. I went to a nearby Tourist Information Counter and was told to cut across Church Street, in order to get to the church.
The Catholic church is relative simple and plain, compared to their counterparts in Europe or the US. Nevertheless, I like its simplicity and authenticity. Like most churches in Japan, wooden pews are used in the sanctuary. It has beautiful wooden truss ceiling and a pipe organ. It's worth a visit if you are in the vicinity.
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