Marvin Tokayer (born 1936) is an American rabbi and author. Tokayer was a United States Air Force chaplain in Japan. He was advised by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to go to Japan as the only rabbi there, and became rabbi to the Jewish community of Japan for eight years. Tokayer has written 20 books in Japanese. He has researched the history of the Jews in China and Japan, including the role that the Japanese played in helping victims of the Holocaust. In the 2010s, he has collaborated with Kenneth X. Robbins in editing studies of expatriate communities in Asia. He praises General Hideki Tojo and General Kiichiro Higuchi, who saved 20,000 Jews that the USSR intended to send back to Germany, and is disappointed that this piece of history is not well known.