List of Metropolitans of Japan

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Latest revision as of 10:56, February 9, 2012

The following is a list of Metropolitans of Tokyo (ruling hierarchs) of Church of Japan whose cathedra is in Tokyo, Japan:

  1. Nicholas (Kasatkin) (1880 - 1912) Archbishop of Japan, Russian
  2. Sergius (Tikhomirov) (1912 - 1941/1945) Metropolitan of Japan, Russian
  3. Nicholas (Ono) (1941 - 1945) Bishop of Japan, Japanese
  4. Benjamin (Basalyga) (1946 - 1953) Archbishop of Japan, American, later Abp. of Pittsburgh
  5. Ireney (Bekish) (1953 - 1960) Archbishop of Tokyo, American, later Metr. of New York
  6. Nikon (de Greve) (1960 - 1963) Archbishop of Tokyo, American, later Abp. of Brooklyn, New York
  7. Vladimir (Nagosky) (1964 - 1972) Archbishop, then Metropolitan of Tokyo, American, later Abp. of San Francisco
  8. Theodosius (Nagashima) (1972 - 1999) Japanese
  9. Daniel (Nushiro) (2000 - present) Japanese
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