Tokyo Union Theological Seminary

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Tokyo Union Theological Seminary
Tōkyō shingaku daigaku
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Type Private
Established1930 (1930)
Religious affiliation
United Church of Christ in Japan
President Tsutomu Haga
3-10-30, Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo
35°41′17.8″N139°32′2.8″E / 35.688278°N 139.534111°E / 35.688278; 139.534111
Campus Suburb

Tokyo Union Theological Seminary (東京神学大学, Tōkyō shingaku daigaku) is a private university in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1930, and it was chartered as a university in 1949.

Tokyo Union Theological Seminary is a Seminary of the United Church of Christ in Japan.


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