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Did you know that Jewish life in Japan goes back more than a hundred years? Today Chabad Lubabitch of Japan, Tokyo opened by Rabbi Mendi Sudakevitch, emissary of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Japan, and his wife Chana welcomes all Jews living in and traveling to Japan. Our goals are to strengthen local Jewish life, facilitate observance of Jewish traditions, and foster a sense of community. Whether you are looking for a warm Shabbat and Holiday experience, curious about the availability of kosher food in Japan, wondering about schooling opportunities for Jewish children in Tokyo, or just eager to meet other Jews, this is your address.
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