Jodo Mission of Hawaii                      Bulletin - JANUARY 2013                                            (#1194-0113...
New Year’s GreetingsCont’dGreetings from Bishop Hara:Our temple is not only a place for religious practice, it is also a p...
New Year’s Greetings   Akemashite Omedeto Gozaimasu! This means “Happy New Year!” in Japa-nese. It literally means “Congra...
January 1, 2013Dear Members of Jodo Mission of Hawaii,                        Shinnen Omedeto Gozaimasu!                 H...
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING     As members of Jodo Mission of Hawaii, you are cordially welcome to attendthe 2013 General M...
Bits of Knowledge of Buddhism      Vol. 23 St. Honen’s Exile from Kyoto (Part 2) (Jan. 2013)                           By ...
GYOKI-E CHUTOBA FORM 2013(御忌会中塔婆申し込み用紙)                                                  Deadline: January 10, 2013YOUR NA...
Hawaii Buddhist Council Bodhi Day Celebration     (Celebration of the Day Buddha was EnlightenedUnder the Bodhi Tree)     ...
First Sunday Service in January 2013:              January 6, 2013 at 10 a.m. is the     first Sunday Service for 2013. Pl...
What is “Perpetual Memorial                                 Obituaries              Service?” (Eitaikyo)                  ...
Perpetual Memorial Service (Eitaikyo)                                                     For January 20131 Sekitaro Hiroh...
Jodo Mission of Hawaii        8:30am Morning Service                    January 2013                                      ...
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  1. 1. Jodo Mission of Hawaii Bulletin - JANUARY 2013 (#1194-0113) Jodo Mission of Hawaii 1429 Makiki St. Honolulu HI 96814 Address Service Requested A Happy New Year! *** New Year’s Greetings *** Gensho Hara, BishopA Happy New Year to you all! Wishing good health and peace to you andyour family throughout the New Year.Last year, many observances and events were held at the Betsuin. Thisyear again we will have many functions and activities. I want to thankeach one of you for your membership and support for our Betsuin. May Ihumbly ask for your continued kokua for this year.The Betsuin was built with great pride, dedication, and sacrifices. The inscription above the entranceof the temple reads, “The Holy Temple of Pure Land Buddhism” in Sanskrit by the then-Jodo ShuSecretary General, the Venerable Kaigyoku Watanabe, who was a renowned scholar and leader inthe Buddhist community. So next time you visit the temple, look up at the engraved Sanskrit lettersand think about the pride and dedication of our pioneers in building the temple.
  2. 2. New Year’s GreetingsCont’dGreetings from Bishop Hara:Our temple is not only a place for religious practice, it is also a place for cultural awareness and aplace to feel close to our ancestors. Without these connections, we are empty vessels. Bring yourfamily, children, grandchildren, and friends to join in temple activities and services so that ouryounger generations can have a connectedness and relationship with our temple. As our world be-comes busier, more crowded, and hectic, it is important to have a quiet place to go. It is also im-portant to let the younger generation know that they have a connection to the temple so that theytoo know that there is somewhere for them to go when they feel overwhelmed and when they callAmida Buddha’s Name, they will never be alone.Our great master Honen Shonin taught us that “those who call Amida Buddha’s sacred Name—Namu Amida Butsu—diligently will receive countless blessings.” Guided by our great Master’s teach-ings with gratitude, let us live our lives embraced by the Great Compassion and wisdom of AmidaBuddha. Namu Amida Butsu. With Gassho, Gensho Hara, Bishop Message from Kyodan Board President Aloha! I hope everyone is ready for an exciting and fulfilling 2013! I have my res- olutions typed out and ready to go! I hope you have fun goals for this year as well, and make sure you reward yourself for your accomplishments. As fellow Buddhists there are some things we can strive for together. First, lets do our best to spread positivity every day through our smiles and acts of kindness. Second, when we have a moment alone, lets send our love to our ancestors and thank them for all they have done for us. Third, feel free to enjoy Jodo Mission of Hawaiis services, events, and activities. Lastly, make the most of every moment of life, cherish your loved ones, and take the time to see the beauty of nature. I wish all of you happiness, good health, and prosperity for 2013! With Warmest Aloha, Jon Riki Karamatsu President, Jodo Mission of HawaiiPage 2
  3. 3. New Year’s Greetings Akemashite Omedeto Gozaimasu! This means “Happy New Year!” in Japa-nese. It literally means “Congratulations that a new year has opened up!” Sincewe are humans, we made so many mistakes last year. However, finally the newyear has come for us to start a new life! The door of the year 2012 is closed andnow the door of 2013 is open! If you are regretting with this and that, let’s leavethem behind. If you are angry with someone, let’s forgive them. Do you remem-ber one of the most important teachings in Buddhism? No Attachment! Now,let’s start a new year! If many good things happened to you during the past year, let’s pray for more good things tohappen in this year again. If you lost your beloved ones, let’s pray for them to be able to live hap-py and peaceful second lives in the Pure Land. New Year is a good time to make resolutions. Let’s make resolutions to live a good Buddhistlife during this year by saying the following prayer: May Buddha help me to move forward, May you help me to understand Your teachings and respect them, May you help me to apply Your teachings to my daily life, May you help me to practice Buddhist customs, May you help me to share my happiness with others, and Please always be with me. Now I would like to thank volunteers who worked so hard last year. Because of your help, theactivities of the last year such as O-Bon, Bon Dance, Bazaar, Mochi Making and so on were verysuccessful. Let me ask you for your continuous support to our temple. At the end of my message, I also would like to thank those who made donations for repairingour Ojizo-sama. As you may already know, our Ojizo-sama was dedicated for the healthy andpeaceful life of children and the safety of H-1 freeway, and also to offer our prayer for the spiritsof the deceased children and unborn babies. His damaged left hand is now being repaired in Japan.We are expecting the Ojizo-sama to come back to Hawaii by the end of this month. The dedicationceremony for the repaired Ojizo-sama will be announced in our news bulletin and you are cordiallyinvited to the ceremony. I am sure hard times and glad times will be ahead, but if we trust in the power of Buddha andwork together, our future will be very successful. Now is the time to understand the role that eachone of us plays for the betterment of our community. May Buddha keep on shining upon us and may you have a very Happy New Year!In Gassho,Rev. Yubun NarashibaJodo Mission of HawaiiHead Minister Page 3
  4. 4. January 1, 2013Dear Members of Jodo Mission of Hawaii, Shinnen Omedeto Gozaimasu! Hon Nen Mo Yoroshiku Onegai Moshi Agemasu! Please accept our best wishes for the New Year and we gratefully appreciate yoursupport and cooperation during the past years. As we begin the New Year of 2013, wehumbly ask for your kokua and continuous support and cooperation to sustain the templein the face of inflating operational costs. Your membership dues allow Jodo Mission to exist and remain a positive influence inthe community. Our Board of Directors works totally on a volunteer basis. Our ministersare working hard to provide spiritual leadership through services, personal counseling, andother activities including delivering sermons, conducting weddings and memorial services,various blessings (baby, home, car, boat, office, get well, birthday), visiting care homesand hospitals, and giving religious instructions. They are on call 24 hours a day. Your dues pay for our mailings, the costs of ourfunctions, building maintenance and operations. By maintaining a strong membership, Jo-do Mission is able to continue to provide peace of mind to our members and respond tothe needs of the community. We are continually active in propagating the Pure Land Buddhism and public servicesin the community. The Board of Directors and ministers wish to hear your questions andconcerns and urges you to join or renew your membership so that we may remain a viableand positive force in the community. Our annual membership dues (Gojikai-hi) is $60 per year, or $5 per month. Upon re-ceipt of this letter, would you kindly send your membership dues made payable to JodoMission of Hawaii, and mail it to 1429 Makiki Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814. If your2013 dues have already been paid, please accept our apology and appreciation for yoursupport and please ignore this letter. We thank you for your timely payments and donations. We also invite you to partici-pate in our various activities, Sunday Services, O-Bon, Bon Dance, O-Higan, Hanamatsurior Buddha Day, Jodo-e or Bodhi Day, Fujinkai, Senior, Intermediate, or Junior Y.B.A.,Sunday School, Children’s Malama Choir, and many other wonderful activities.. Should you have any questions, please feel free to call Jodo Mission of Hawaii at 949-3995. In Gassho, Page 4
  5. 5. GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING As members of Jodo Mission of Hawaii, you are cordially welcome to attendthe 2013 General Membership Meeting on Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 10:30a.m., following the Gyoki-e Service (Honen Shonin Memorial Service) in thetemple. At the Annual General Membership meeting, new officers will be in-stalled. Please join us. Then following the religious and business portion, pleasejoin us for a New Year’s party (see below). HYAKU-SAI Shinnenkai 百 歳 新年会 To reach 100 years old or Hyaku New Year’s Party -sai is a precious age. Many of our members are in their nineties. Are Please join us for our New Year’s there any members who are 100 years Party following the Annual General of age or older? Please contact Jodo Membership meeting. All members Mission to let us know. and friends are invited. Come and We would like to recognize these meet your Board of Directors. Hyaku-sai members on Sunday, Janu- ary 20, 2013 at our New Year’s Party Date: Sunday, January 20 which follows our 10 a.m. Sunday Time: 11:30 am Service and General Membership (after Gyoki-e service and Meeting. General Membership Meeting) If you know of any member 100 years old or old or who would be 100 Place: Jodo Mission Social Hall by January 20, 2013, please contact Jodo Mission. Thank you.FAQ: How should we discard Kagami Mochi?ANS: Because of the unique climate of Hawaii, Kagami Mochi gets moldy much faster than Japan. Therefore, it is recommended to take them down after the three holy days of the New Year (i.e. on January 4th), though it is the common practice in Japan to keep them until January 11th. After you take them down, it is the best if you eat them. However, in Hawaii, it is quite possible that the Kagami Mochi is already moldy. In that case, sprinkle a dash of salt on the Kagami Mochi to purify them just like Sumo wrestlers purify the Sumo ring with salt and put them in a paper bag or wrap them with paper such as news paper, and then throw them away. Page 5
  6. 6. Bits of Knowledge of Buddhism Vol. 23 St. Honen’s Exile from Kyoto (Part 2) (Jan. 2013) By Rev. Yasushiro Watanabe The last article gave the background of St. Honen’s Exile. Now, Iwill continue the story with his reaction and words. The students rushed into St. Honen’s residence and said to him, “You are to beexiled to Shikoku. Master Honen, you are almost 75. Once you leave the capital, wedon’t know when we will be able to meet again. It may be the last time we ever layeyes on you in this world.” St. Honen replied calmly. He said, Even if we lived in the same city, it may not be long before we are sepa- rated by death. And even though I must journey over mountains and seas to my new home in a distant land, we will meet again in the Pure Land blessed by Amida Buddha…. I have grown old since I began teaching the single-minded practice of Nembutsu here in the capital. I have often thought that I wanted to travel to a country far from here to teach Nem- butsu. So even though I will be sent into exile, in fact I will get my wish. This situation brings me great happiness…. Even if some people try to pro- hibit the teaching of Nembutsu, the Original Vow of Amida Buddha is great and genuine. They cannot stop the true teaching by any means. I cannot help saying Namu Amida Butsu even if I am put to death. The students wept at St. Honen’s beautiful words and strong will. Then, St. Ho-nen sent a poem in reply to the former Prime Minister Kanezane who was a devoutsupporter of Jodo Shu. Though we may vanish like dew from the earth At any moment and at any place: Our cherished wish to meet each other On the lotus flowers in the Pure Land Will be realized.This beautiful poem has been familiar to Jodo Shu members as a Goeika song, named“Hana no Utena no Goeika”. (See below) St. Honen tells us that we will surely meetagain in the Pure Land even though we become separated in this world. Even in a mostdifficult situation, he continued to teach us great lessons and bring us joy and hope.(To be continued) 花のうてなのご詠歌「露の身は ここかしこにて 消えぬとも 心は同じ 花のうてなぞ」大意:名残りは尽きませんが,おくれ先立つは世の習いです。草葉の露のようにはかない私たちの命です。お互いの身が都で果てようともどこで果てようとも,共に極楽浄土の蓮の台でお会いしようという思いに変わりはありません。 Page 6
  7. 7. GYOKI-E CHUTOBA FORM 2013(御忌会中塔婆申し込み用紙) Deadline: January 10, 2013YOUR NAME(お名前):_________________PHONE(お電話番号):________NAME OF DECEASED(亡くなった方のお名前):1._________________________________________________________2.____________________________________________________________3.____________________________________________________________4.____________________________________________________________One Chutoba is $ 7.00 × Total of Chutoba ______ = Total $______(中塔婆 1本 7ドル) (本数) (合計) FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Order accepted by: _______________ Date accepted: _______/______/ 2013 (In person / Mail / By phone) Received by: _______________ Date paid: _______/______/ 2013 (Cash / Check # __________ ) Write_______ -------------------——---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gyoki-e (Honen Shonin’s Memorial Service) Gyoki-e means the me- Three hundred years later,morial service for Honen Shonin. after Honen Shonin passed away,Honen Shonin, who is a founder the Emperor Gokashiwabaraof Jodo Shu, passed away on Jan- mandated Jodo Shu to call theuary 25th, 1212. He was 80 years anniversary of Honen Shonin’sold. death “Gyoki”. Since then, peo- After Honen Shonin ple called his annual memorialpassed away, his disciples and service “Gyoki”. This occasionbelievers started to have a memo- implied that Honen Shonin wasrial service for him on the 25th of clearly accepted and revered byevery month. The biggest cere- the Emperor and the people.mony was held on 25th of Janu- Our Gyoki-e service will beary every year. This service was held on January 20th at 10 a.m.held not only locally in Kyoto but Please join spread all over Japan. In those Chutoba is available for thisdays, the word “Gyoki” meant Gyoki-e service. At this service Founder of Jodo Shu :the anniversary of the deaths of you may also honor your Honen Shoninthe Emperors or their wives. The deceased ancestors with a Chuto- (1133-1212)word “Gyoki” was such a respect- ba prayer. See above Chutobaable word for the Emperors fam- order form.ily. Page 7
  8. 8. Hawaii Buddhist Council Bodhi Day Celebration (Celebration of the Day Buddha was EnlightenedUnder the Bodhi Tree) Held at Higashi Hongwanji on December 9, 2012 Jodo Mission of Ha- waii’s representatives for the offering of in- cense and flowers were Takeru Nii and Makoh Nii. They are pictured at left with Honpa Hongwanji Choir performed under Sophie Narashiba. the direction of Mrs. Mitsuyo Saito. Just so nice to hear the Choir sing You Can Build A Bridge; Song of Bodhi Day; and The Wondrous Gift of Peace. Honolulu Jodo Shu Fujinkai—Annual Appreciation LuncheonHonolulu Jodo Shu Fujinkai ladies held their annual appreciation luncheon onNovember 25 at Tree Tops Restaurant and invited the many volunteers who supportedthem, including husbands, especially during the bon dance in August with sushi mak-ing, selling, yaki soba making and sales and Hanafuda card sales. Looks like every-one had a nice time!Page 8
  9. 9. First Sunday Service in January 2013: January 6, 2013 at 10 a.m. is the first Sunday Service for 2013. Please join us. Our guest speaker will be Dr. George Tanabe who is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Religion at the University of Hawaii and/or Dr. Willa Tanabe, his wife who is Professor of History. They will dis- cuss their new book entitled: A Guidebook to Japanese Buddhist Temples in Hawaii. Please join us as we begin a new year! MAHALO Thank you everyone who came for gen- eral clean-up of the Temple, including the Columbarium or Nokotsudo on December 2, 2012. Your hard work and dedication to the Temple are deeply appreciated. Thank you to Children’s Malama Choir Children’s Malama Choir: Strider, Himawari, A’Marie, for their performance before Santa’s Sophie & Takeru sang 3 songs: Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Jingle Bells and Japanese New Year song appearance at the Sunday School Year “Oshogatsu”. What a treat! End Party. Thank you to Sunday School for inviting After cleaning, everyone to their Year members enjoyed a End Party and sharing visit from Santa who their visit with Santa. had been on a diet! Then enjoyed a pizza What an enjoyable luncheon sponsored treat after general by the Sunday cleaning! School. Sunday School Fujinkai Jodo Mission of Hawaii(women’s association) We welcome children to join our Sun- January 6 Children’s Choir “Malama” day School. Let’s enjoy studying Onem- at 8:30 a.m. 1/6/13: After Family Service butsu by doing various activities. Ikoi Hall Refreshments 1/6/13 Family Service Refreshments Sunday School mothers will assist YBA with ozoni refreshments No Meeting Sewing Circle 1/20/13 at 11 a.m.: Sunday School will join in January No Sewing Circle in January New Year’s Party Page 9
  10. 10. What is “Perpetual Memorial Obituaries Service?” (Eitaikyo) The Jodo Mission of Hawaii extends This record of a perpetual memorial service and its sincere condolences to the familyis called Eitaikyo in Japanese. When the date ofdeath occurs for a person listed on this record, the members and loved ones of the followingministers pray for that individual during the morn- members who have recently left thising service. The prayers will continue each year for world for the Pure long as Jodo Mission exists. Anyone can be included in it. You may put your Bert Takeshi Higa 64own name on the list, too. This also helps when it Kenneth Keigo Morimoto 81is difficult to have memorial services. We also wel- Esther Tsureyo Kuniyuki 89come you to attend the morning service at 8:30am. Kazue Ukeda 98 How to apply Joy Katsuno Yoshino 73 Stop by the office, and fill out the applicationform. Each name costs $200. After the applicationis accepted, the name will be listed on the record. Wedding Services, Baby Blessings, House Blessings are available upon request. Please call 949-3995 to schedule a Jodo Mission Office Hours: wedding, blessings for home, car, boat, office, birthday, illness, etc. Monday to Saturday 8am—5pm Sunday & Holidays Jodo Mission of Hawaii 8am—3pm Website For those with computers, please visit Phone: 949-3995 our website: to learn more about us. Thank you. Rev. Yubun Narashiba Rev. Kanjun Nakano Rev. Dwight Head Minister Rev. Yasuhiro Nakamura Resident Minister Watanabe Retired Minister Page 10 Resident Minister
  11. 11. Perpetual Memorial Service (Eitaikyo) For January 20131 Sekitaro Hirohama Yuriko Nishimoto Hana Kinoshita The Hirohama & Kawasugi 11 Tokoe Imaguchi The Kinoshita Family Family The Imaguchi Family 21 Sueko Higashimura Jisaburo Kanemoto Kenji Fujikami Hatsuko Hayashi Kiku Kimura The Kanemoto & Miyamoto The Hashimoto Family The Hayashi Family The Kimura & Muroshige Family The Ohara Family Masakichi Teruya Family Kansuke Shintani Haruko Ikuta Reginald Hisao Hisamura Masao Teruya Fusao Taniguchi Tsugio Takamatsu Family Uichiro Ishii Takeo Yamane Ralph Hitoshi Tanaka Tomomitsu Kawamura Kohei Umeda Shimo Hatanaka Toshito Fukuda The Kawamura Family Matsuyo Yamamoto Hiroshi Furuya Fukuda Tokusaburo’s Father Tsuneko Shintaku 30 Kumaichi Tomonari Hon-yo Jo-dai Shin-ji 12 Heiji Fukuda (1) Koichi Ronald Namihira The Tomonari Family The Fukuda Family Heiji Fukuda (2) Tsunejiro Kawasaki The Nakamura Family The Fukuda Family 22 Masae Tanimura The Kawasaki & Nakagawa Chukichi Asamura Nagao Yamada Konoshin Kimura Family Toyo Asamura Shokichi Harada Fukukichi Tatei Ine Yoshizaki The Masuda & Asamura Family Tadashi Yanagihara The Yoshizaki Family The Yamasaki & Hara Family 23 Shokichi Fukumoto Tomota Kakehashi The Yoshizaki Family 13 Bishop Jiko Kuya The Fukumoto Family Masao Kume The Matsushita Family Shima Morita Takeo Yoshihara Akio Matsuda The Aoki Family Shizue Fujita The Yoshihara Family Kiyoshi Kamimura The Sakuda Family Shima Morita The Tanaka Family Barbara Okimoto The Okamura Family Jiro Kiyama Stanley Satoru Morimoto 14 Akitaka Chikamoto Ralph Toshiaki Hashimoto 31 You Kawamura The Ohta Family Terry Kazuo Yorimoto The Kawamura Family2 Richard Hichiro Kawamoto Genzo Yanagihara Shizuko Aoyama The Yanagihara Family 24 Heikichi Isobe Kaname Yamanaka3 Hideo Toyoshiba Tsuchiyo Kimoto The Isobe Family Takeo Tanaka Yoshitaka Wada Miyoko Kaya Machi Yokoyama Shigeno Ohara The Yokoyama & Morita Family5 Kiyo Fujikami 15 Tane Nagata (1) Toranosuke Kinoshita The Fujikami Family The Nagata Family Tane Kinoshita Shizuyo Morisako Sukeichi Kameoka The Kinoshita Family Kasuke Yamane The Kameoka Family Tsune Aoki Jiro Nakamura Tane Nagata (2) George Masao Tanaka Randall Loreg Mildred Misako Tanimura Helen Katsuko Ito The Loreg Family Shizue Kimura Tetsuo Shinohara6 Kikuyo Yamasaki 16 Take Shinagawa 25 Taka Fukuda Eiichi Fujita Tomojiro Fujita The Fukuda Family Shigeharu Ohata The Fujita Family Saiichi Hyodo Kenji Iwamoto Joseph Yoshihiko Fujihana7 Jiro Oyabu Chiyoka Mizuno Sadako Oki The Oyabu & Kondo Family Seiichi Shimamoto Teruko Mamiya Kazuko Nomiyama The Sato Omura Family Tetsuko Miyamoto 17 Hanayo Taniguchi Kama Takata Kame Okamoto 26 Take Arita Ruth Shigeko Tarumoto Moto Kawasugi The Arita Family Nobuo Hayashi Haruo Nakamura8 Matsujiro Otani (1) The Nakamura Family The Otani Family 18 Kiyomatsu Daitoku (1) Kimio Yagi The Yanagihara Family The Daitoku Family The Yagi Family Toshio Isoibe The Kawauchi Family Sueyoshi Yanagihara The Isobe Family Katsutoshi Takada Yoshi Yamamoto Matsujiro Otani (2) The Takada Family Chester Takeo Kaita Taketo Sumimoto (1) Kiyomatsu Daitoku (2) Juichi Uesugi Itaro Kurihara 27 Seiichi Fujimoto Fusataro Higuchi The Kurihara Family The Fujimoto Family Taketo Sumimoto (2) Masao Ishii Takeshi Sato Kenji Miyakawa Shoichi Ishida Charles Shoichi Kimura Nobu Kishimoto Hiroko Nakano 19 Tai Kawano9 Taka Tomonari The Kawano Family 28 Yoshie Sato The Tomonari Family Chiyo Tomai The Sato & Suzuki Family Asa Hayashi The Tomai Family Sae Higashimura Hisako Takamura Miyo Ueno The Higashimura Family The Ueno Family Tome Yamanaka10 Hiroko Yoza The Yamanaka Family The Yoza Family 20 Shinazo Nishiguchi Chizuko Saeki Kami Higa The Nishiguchi Family Sadamu Iwamoto The Higa Family Noboru Ajimura Yooko Fujimoto Bishop Ninryo Nago The Ajimura Family The Nago & Kunimoto Family Kiku Kimura 29 Tomo Isobe
  12. 12. Jodo Mission of Hawaii 8:30am Morning Service January 2013 Phone: 949-3995 Everyday Website: Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 10:00 NEW YEAR SERVICE6 7 8 9 10 11 12 8:30am Fujinkai Mtg. Deadline to Order 10:00 Sunday Service Chutoba13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10:00am Family Service 11:45 am Board Meeting20 21 22 23 24 25 26 10am Gyoki-e Service (Honen Shonin’s Memorial Service) ;General Membership- Meeting & Installation of officers 11:30 am New Year’s Party in Social Hall27 28 29 30 10:00 Sunday ServiceCOMING EVENTS: February 10, 2013 Nehan-e Family Service Feb. 24, 2013 Fujinkai General Membership Meeting & New Year’s Party Feb. 16, 2013 Kapaa Jodo Mission Centennial Celebration March 24, 2013 O-Higan Service April 1, 2013 Otoba Order Forms