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“小小的教堂”

St.Paul's Catholic Church Karuizawa
Reviewed 25 November 2017

在輕井澤穿過了Church Street, 便是St. Paul Catholic Church, 教堂好細少, 外面地方亦不大, 拍了幾張照片, 教堂內沒有開放, 只從玻璃門影入內, 路經可以一看.

Thank HKcarcar
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Reviewed 20 October 2017

It is raining when we got there but the church is closed. We can't go inside but just glimpsed through the small glass window at the door. The church is quite small and not difficult to find.

Thank Patrick C
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

You would think a church is just that, but when you are in a foreign land, ie Japan, a church becomes a sanctuary of normality, This one is small homely with very unusual architectural furniture.

Thank FrancKelly
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Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

Located just behind Church Street of the Ginza, this is a small but beautiful catholic church. Apparently this information is not available online but service on Sunday's is at 9am.

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Reviewed 27 April 2017

While spending my holiday in Gunma area I had a chance to took a day trip to Karuizawa. What a fun trip! Cold but very sunny. Just rent a bike. Got very fresh air while cycling through larches, along lakes, through a beautiful boulevard where many ancient western style mansions situated. In the outlet area, locals enjoyed summer time with their families and pets. So nice to see. It was crowded in Ginza shopping street but was a worth visit. Lots of traditional small shops and eatery stand side by side the street. Strolled around the street and somehow emerged in the woods and met this small church. It’s not particularly beautiful but it has its charm. Felt like it’s the sanctuary. There was a wedding going on so that made it more surreal.

Thank thitsar
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