Togorō Usaki (鵜崎 庚午郎 Usaki Togorō, April 17, 1870 – April 3, 1930) was the third Bishop of the Japan Methodist Church. He was elected to this office in 1920. He was born in Central Japan. He was converted to Christ at the age of seventeen. He became a Methodist, joining the Japan Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. He served as a pastor, an educator and an editor. He was a delegate to the Fifth Ecumencial Conference, London, England, 1921. He was a delegate also to the Council of Religions in Tokyo. He died April 3, 1930, on a train after having been stricken with apoplexy.
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