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Undated - Kanzo Uchimura (1861-1930) was a Japanese author, Christian evangelist, and the founder of the Nonchurch Movement (Mukyokai) of Christianity in the Meiji and Taisho period Japan. He refused to bow deeply to the portrait of Emperor Meiji and the Imperial Rescript on Education in the formal ceremony held at the First Higher School in 1891. It's called 'Uchimura Kanzo Fukeijiken'.  (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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Japanese arthur Kanzo Uchimura (1861-1930)
Undated - Kanzo Uchimura (1861-1930) was a Japanese author, Christian evangelist, and the founder of the Nonchurch Movement (Mukyokai) of Christianity in the Meiji and Taisho period Japan. He refused to bow deeply to the portrait of Emperor Meiji and the Imperial Rescript on Education in the formal ceremony held at the First Higher School in 1891. It's called 'Uchimura Kanzo Fukeijiken'. (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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From gallery: Portraits
Photographer: Kingendai/AFLO
Source: AFLO
Date 24 Jun 2010
Location: Japan
Credit: Kingendai/AFLO
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