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Religious freedom allowed in Nagasaki in 1858


In 1858, Tokugawa shogunate concluded treaties of amity and commerce with

United States, the Netherlands, Russia, Great Britain, France, and Japan,

and allowed religious freedom in the foreign residence area in Nagasaki ;

Dejima, Higashi-yamate district and Minami-yamate district.

The Protestant Church began first missionary work, and the Catholic Church began

missionary work again.

 - ● History of Japanese Christianity