- Japanese: 玉泉寺 (gyokusen-ji)
Robert Williams, a 24-year-old crewmember onboard the USS Mississippi, became in 1854 the first member of the mission to die in Japan. He was initially buried at Zôtoku-in in Yokohama, but his grave was moved to Gyokusen-ji three months later. The cemetery at Gyokusen-ji includes the graves of three Russians, and five Americans, most of whom were also members of Perry's mission.
- "History of The Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery," Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery official website.