Weekend Mass in Japanese

Welcome to Kodaira Catholic Church

Kodaira Catholic Church welcomes all of you to the Eucharist of Jesus Christ.

No English Mass is available at our church.  There are churches that hold mass in different languages.  Please find further details in Archdiocese of Tokyo website.

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) updates

Last updated: 29 October 2021

Starting Sunday, November 28, we will have a single 9:30am Mass.
Since we will be dispersed between the Cathedral and the Santa Maria House to attend Mass, the Cathedral will give priority to those who are 65 years old and up during the odd-numbered weeks (1, 3, and 5) and to those who are 74 years old during the even-numbered weeks (2 and 4) each month. We do not strictly divide the age groups. Please give priority to each other and attend the Mass.

There will be no change to the 6pm Mass on Saturday.

The Archbishop of Tokyo, Isao Kikuchi announced the ADVISORY AFTER THE LIFTING OF THE FOURTH DECLARATION OF A STATE OF EMERGENCY.

Your health and safety is our top priority. More information on protecting yourself from COVID-19 is available here: 
https://www.mhlw.go.jp/english/
(Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

We know this may be a stressful and confusing time, but we‘re here to support you.

Mass Schedule

Mass participation card
A mass can be participated only by those who have a mass participation card (affiliated members). Please bring one with a barcode. The mass schedule will be subject to a COVID-19 situation.

Saturday6:00PM
(Regardless of the age)
Sunday9:30AM
(Under the age 74)

11:00AM
(Over the age 65. Their companies can participate regardless of the age.)


Starting Sunday, November 28, 2021 we will have a single 9:30am Mass. There will be no change to the 6pm Mass on Saturday.

Communion: From 4PM to 5PM on the second and fourth Sundays of every month (Regardless of age)
 ※No weekday Japanese Mass available.

Access

Address

2-32-10 Onumacho, Kodaira, Tokyo 187-0001
TEL:042-343-9981
FAX:042-343-9091

Google Map

Parking

When you see the church sign along Tokyo Highway (Tokyo Kaido), turn north and you will see the congregation hall and priest’s house on the right hand side and the church after that. The parking lot is located at the back of the church. If there is no parking spot available, please use a nearby coin-operated parking.

Parking

By Train

10 to15 minute walk from Kodaira Station on the Seibu-shinjyuku Line.

By Bus

From Musashikoganei Station on the JR Chuo Line, take a Seibu bus (No.21 bound for Higashikurume Station) for about 15 minutes to the Onumacho nichome (大沼町2丁目) stop.
8 to10 minute walk from Onumacho nichome (大沼町2丁目) stop.

From Higashikurume Station on the Seibu-Ikebukuro Line, take a Seibu bus (No.21 bound for Musahikoganei Station) for about 15 minutes to the Onumacho nichome (大沼町2丁目) stop.
8 to10 minute walk from Onumacho nichome (大沼町2丁目) stop.

Mass in Your own Languages (Tokyo / Chiba)

You can find the churches that carry in your own languages at Archdiocese of Tokyo website.

【Languages】
English/Tagalog/Español – Spanish/Português – Portuguese/中文 – Chinese/한국어 – Korean/Bahasa Indonesia – Indonesian/Tiếng Việt – Vietnamese/język polski – Polish

About CTIC / Catholic Tokyo International Center

CTIC was founded in order to help foreigners ease their various problems both in social and religious aspects directed by Fr. Takagi Kenji (Tokyo Diocese priest). It has been more than 30 years since it was established in the Tokyo and Chiba areas.
 
If you have any problems with working conditions, health and medication, domestic violence, marriage/divorce, infant baptism, or anything else in your daily life, please feel free to call CTIC.

CTIC
Tel(03)5759-1061
Fax(03)5759-1063
Address4-6-22 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0021
Date and TimeMonday to Friday
10:00 – 17:00
Available LanguagesJapanese, English, Tagalog, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.