Monday, October 30, 2006

Quakers in Japan

Quakerism in Japan dates back to 1885, when two young Japanese attended a Society of Friends meeting in Philadelphia. The most famous Japanese Quaker is probably Nitobe Inazo, better known as the guy on the 5,000-yen bill.



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