Hoshimatsuri Service on February 10 Sunday at 9am
Mamemaki (bean-throwing) Ritual to scare away the bad luck and bring in the good for the year!
915 Sheridan Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-2348
Established by members in Honolulu, Hawaii 1915
The Shingon Shu Hawaii Temple in Honolulu, Hawaii is located ten minutes by foot from the world famous Ala Moana Shopping Center, at 915 Sheridan Street. The temple is a congregational Buddhist school, interested in studying and sharing the faith of Shingon esoteric Buddhism, the temple follows the original tenets established by Kobo Daishi who brought the teachings of esoteric Buddhism to Japan from China in 806 AD. The temple is currently presided by the Director of Mission, Reverend Reyn Yorio Tsuru, email@example.com Rev. Tsuru has served as President of Shingon Shu Hawaii since 1996 and Director of Mission, taking vows in 2008. Reverend Quinn Hoken Hashimoto is the Assistant Minister to the Director of Mission firstname.lastname@example.org. Rev. Hashimoto was a temple acolyte during his high school days at Kalani, and has dutifully served until his ordination in 2009. Reverend Sumitoshi Sakamoto served at the temple originally as a trainee minister when he arrived from Japan in 1995, and then served in Waimea, Kauai, before re-joining the temple in 2004.
Vice President and Kyodan Chairman Dr. Garyn Ken Tsuru
Kyodan Vice President Alan H. Murata email@example.com
Japan Translator and Butsugu Manager: Takuya Saigusa