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Grace Harbor Church is a bilingual church in the Tokyo Waterfront, an area including the Koto and Chuo Wards. This ministry is led by a local board and is in the process of building a relationship with the Presbyterian Church in Japan. Globally we are supported by Presbyterian Mission International (PMI), Mission to the World (MTW).  We are also affiliated with the Acts29 Network.

The vision of Grace Harbor Church is to see the Tokyo Waterfront be an area overflowing with the grace and blessings of Jesus Christ; to be an area where people can get rest from the stormy world, recover, and then be sent out again on their next voyage, as salt and light of the earth, to make the Tokyo Waterfront, the Tokyo Metropolitan area, Japan, and the entire world, more beautiful than ever with the gospel of Jesus Christ, ready for the second coming of the Lord Jesus.


Every Sunday 9:30 am and 11:15am

Our worship service is in both Japanese and English.

We meet in the beautiful ocean view of Cafe Breathe, which is located in United Cinema Toyosu. Our service starts at 9:30am and 11:15am.  

9:30am service has Kids Church during the service, but 11:15am service does not.

Our main worship location can be accessed by an eight-minute walk from Yurakucho Line Toyosu Station's Exit 2 or an eight-minute walk from Yurikamome Line Toyosu Station's North Exit.

We meet in Breathe Cafe in the United Cinemas movie theater.  To get there, please enter the Main Entrance of the LaLaPort Mall and take a left. Then take the elevator at the very end of the hallway and go up to the 3rd floor (of the SOUTH PORT). As you get off the elevator, please enter the theater area, and as soon as you do, you will find Breathe Cafe on your right. Please join us up the stairs.

If you are coming by car, please use the Lalaport parking. We will provide a ticket for 3 hours of free parking.

Here is the address:


2-4-9 SOUTH PORT 3F  Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-8614


Contact: Seima Aoyagi  080-4472-0085


We believe that the Church is the family of God who is called to be a blessing to the nations.  To best respond to this calling, we form communities to live out the gospel in daily life.  Please contact us if you are interested in being part of one of our church's community groups.  

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