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In this spiritual conversation, Fr. Daniel Corîu, a Romanian Orthodox priest based in Tokyo, shares his experiences and insights on Orthodox missionary work in Japan. He discusses the unique challenges he faces, the particularities of serving Christ in a culturally diverse setting, and the profound impact of bringing the Orthodox faith to a new land.
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Romanian Orthodox Church in Japan, Tokyo, May 2024
Find more information and ways to support the Orthodox mission in Japan on their website: https://romanianorthodoxy.jp/call-for-a-christian-japan/
Their latest project is to build a small wooden Orthodox church in Yamanashi, near Mount Fuji, where they founded the first Orthodox cemetery in Japan.

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0:00:00 Highlights
0:01:17 Introduction
0:03:40 The church building
0:07:03 Q: “What was your first impression of Japanese spirituality?”
0:13:01 Q: “Does the overwork culture pose any spiritual risks?”
0:17:53 Q: “What happens when they can no longer work?”
0:19:16 Q: “How can a Christian keep up with this fast-paced lifestyle?”
0:24:22 Q: “Can Christians positively influence Japanese society?”
0:26:09 Q: “Is there collaboration between different jurisdictions?”
0:30:16 Q: “Are rural areas perhaps more religious?”
0:32:36 Q: “Do you imagine yourself dying in Japan?” – The first Orthodox Cemetery in Japan
0:52:32 Q: “Are you also planning other projects?” – The box of food
1:05:25 Q: “Did you start to feel for the people here?”
1:09:16 Q: “Do you have support in your missionary activity?”
1:12:58 Q: “Is there a website for your mission?”


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