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The October 2010 issue of the Jodo Mission of Hawaii bulletin.

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    • JODO MISSION OF HAWAII BULLETIN - OCTOBER 2010 Jodo Mission of Hawaii 1429 Makiki St. Honolulu HI 96814 Address Service Requested Bazaar Bazaar will be held on Sunday, October 17, 2010 (8:00am -1:00pm) Bazaar preparation: Your help is needed on Sunday, October 10, at 10:30 am to bring out all the stored Bazaar items to the Social Hall. Throughout the year people drop off items to be sold at the Annual Bazaar and these items are stored. Now we need to take out these stored items. Lunch will be provided. Also, during the week from Monday, October 11 to Saturday, October 16, beginning at 9:00 a.m. each day, help is needed to sort, organize and price the many donated items in preparation of the Bazaar. Donations of useable clothing, household items, plants, baked goods, craft items, etc. are welcomed and greatly appreciated. Please feel free to drop non-perishable items off anytime during our office hours: Monday to Saturday: 8 am—5 pm Sunday & holidays: 8 am—3 pm No furniture or bulky items will be accepted. All items must be dropped-off at the Temple. Page 1
    • Volunteering Can Be Fun After spending the Bon Dance days stringing BQ sticks, making musubi’s, spam musubi’s, then selling bentos in the evenings, the Miyamoto women (Peggy and Ethel) were still smiling. Come join us and meet new friends, renew old friendships. Volunteering can be fun! It also can be most rewarding and satisfying. We need people of all ages!! Yard person needed: We need help with our yard. If any- one would like to volunteer some time, it would be greatly appreciated. Bring a friend to help. Thank you Stanley Oshita for the many hours you have given to the beauty of our yard. Please come back if you have some time. This photo of Mr. Oshita was taken in 2008. Thank You (continuation from page 3) THANK YOU also to Gene Ikeda who always helps by emptying all the trash cans as more and more food is eaten. This year, he had a helper, his doctor, by the name of Dr. Hingson Chun (Mrs. Hisamoto’s son-in-law). Gene always helps with the trash detail, even during the Japan Yoshimizuko Group in June 2010 he took away empty boxes of leis as more and more of the Yoshimizuko Group arrived and more leis given. He also helps with parking at some events. Thank You to All Our Members! By Bishop Gensho Hara The Japan Yoshimizuko Hawaii visitation and observances were held in Hawaii from June 25 to 27, 2010. This once-in-a-lifetime observance was impressively held at the Betsuin and the temples of the other islands. The Japanese delegation expressed their deep gratitude for the utmost Aloha and cooperation from the Hawaii members. My sincere appreciation goes to all of you as well for your hard work in welcoming them. May I ask for your continued support for the betterment of Hawaii Jodo Shu. Note: We apologize to Bishop Hara for not including your Thank You note to the Betsuin members in our September Bulletin. Bishop Hara gave a nice Welcome address to the Japan Yoshimi- zuko members—please see page 5 Page 2
    • BON DANCE 2010 Dancers having fun dancing! Dancers have so much fun going from one Bon Dance after another, learn- ing new ways of doing certain dances, making new friends. THANK YOU Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent Bon Dance. Thank you to the Dancers from 4 different groups who partici- pated and made our Bon Dance fun!! Thank you to Teruto Soma & Masa Kitijima who handled the PA system & co- ordinated with the Dancers. Thank you also to the Sunday School who han- HAPPY WORKERS: Doris Soma and Harue Maki dled the drinks (soda and bottled water), shaved show off the Jodo Mission happi coat for sale. Not ice, andagi and kiddy games, including the new shown here is Miki Karimoto and Ann Gimbo. game of 1 minute and catch all the fish you can. Sunday School helpers consisted mostly of a combination of the Oshiro and Kitajima families and friends. Thank you to the YBA friends who made and sold delicious BBQ meat on sticks, Spam musubis, musubis with furikaki, bentos, chili with rice, chili with hot dogs, and saimin. Thank you also to the Fujinkai ladies who made and sold Yaki Soba. They also sold sushi. Thank you to the Waffle Dog guy and Lianne Kitajima who helped him and Yvonne Sugi- hara and her family who made and sold a variety of dishes each night made with the Smoked Tur- key drumsticks. Thank you to the Pearl City Lions Club for handling the parking. Thank you to Clifford Miyamoto & Mrs. Nekomoto who handled the Choba. Thank you also to Lucius Fujihana and his daughter who came to help cleanup early on Sunday morning, August 22. Thank you also to those who helped with the yagura kuzushi and chochin lanterns—Teruto Soma, Masa Oshito, Ian Kitajima, Myron Mitsuyasu, Ryan Ozawa so that we will be ready again next year August. THANK YOU EVERYONE! There were many, many others who we have not personally named and we thank you for your support in our Temple’s Bon Dance and we shall see you again next year!!! Page 3
    • Announcements Jodo Mission of Hawaii ハワイ浄土宗別院こども合唱団「マラマ」 Kids Choir “Malama” 団員募集のお知らせ Jodo Mission of Hawaii, Kids Choir ハワイ浄土宗別院では、以下の通り、こども “Malama” is now accepting applications from its 合唱団の団員募集いたします。 members as follows: Age: 5 – 8 years old 募集年齢:5歳~8歳 We will sing mainly Japanese songs and 日本語の歌を中心に仏さまの歌、一般の歌を Buddhist gathas. Children will learn how to read いたします。 music notes. Practice will be in Japanese begin- 練習は日本語で行います。 ning November 2010, twice a month on Sundays. 楽譜の読み方を指導いたします。 For further details, please call Jodo Mission 詳細は、ハワイ浄土宗別院、電話949- of Hawaii at 949-3995. 3995、までお問い合わせください。 Old Mayonnaise Jars Needed Honen & Shinran Nov. 20 & 21, 2010 for Bazaar Please bring your 32 oz. glass mayonnaise Hawaii Theatre jars to the Temple so we can fill them with in commemoration of the 800th Sushi Vinegar. Sushi vinegar is Memorial Anniversary of Honen Shonin very popular and in order to and the 750th Memorial Anniversary of have it available as a Bazaar his student, Shinran Shonin, Zenshinza item, we will need your help in Theatre Company presents a colorful obtaining as many 32 oz. glass drama depicting the struggles and pas- mayonnaise jars as possible. sions of the two most important figures in Japanese Buddhism. Presented in three acts by a cast of 75 actors, musicians, costumers and Sunday School technicians. We welcome children to join our Sun- Don’t miss this rare opportunity. day School. Let’s enjoy studying Onem- Please contact the Temple for more information. butsu by doing various activities. 10/31/10 at 10:30 am Sewing Circle Fujinkai Meeting YBA Meeting 10/9/10 (Women’s Association) 10/24 8:30 am 8:30 am.- 11:00 am 10/3 8:30 am Page 4
    • Welcome Message to the Yoshimizuko Members By Bishop Gensho Hara [Given on June 25, 2010] Welcome to Hawaii! On behalf of the Hawaii Council of Jodo Missions, I would like to extend my heartfelt welcome to you—the Yoshimizuko members of Chionin, Zojoji and Zendoji Grand Temples—who have all come from far away Japan to observe the 800th Grand Memorial Service of Honen Shonin and Yoshi- mizuko Eisho (traditional Jodo Shu choir and dance) Convention For over one hundred years, dating back to our pioneer immigrants to later generations, members have gathered here to pray in front of this altar on joyous occasions and in moments of sorrow. Dur- ing World War II, which began with the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Army seized the Betsuin buildings. Only the statute of Amida Buddha could watch over the future of this temple. When this temple was originally dedicated in 1932, the then Jodo Shu Secretary General Dr. Kai- gyoku Watanabe, a renowned Sanskrit scholar, named the structure the “Sacred Hall of Pure Land Buddhism.” Dr. Watanabe wrote this in large Sanskrit letters and had it engraved. Today, we can see this engraving above the entrance to the temple. Today, we observe the 800th Grand Memorial Service of Honen Shonin officiated by Kisho Yagi of Zojoji Temple. Following this, we shall enjoy your Eisho performance. Tomorrow, you will visit the temples on the islands of Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai to observe Eisho Offering Services and congregate with the Jodo Shu members of Hawaii. Through these services and observances, I pray that we can promote the teaching of Nembutsu in Hawaii and that it will be a joy- ous occasion for all. The members of the island temples anxiously await your arrival. I hope that your visit to Hawaii will be a most pleasant and memorable one. ****************************************************** ******** ******* HAPPY KEIRO KAI Front row (Sunday School): A’Marie, Himawari, Sophie, Takeru, and Strider Second row: Martha Miura (86), Tomoko Hisamoto (86), Gene Ikeda (88), Yoshiko Kitagawa (91), Kimiko Kitagawa (93), Muriel Shimoda (88), Carol Yanagihara (87), June Suzuki (86), David Miyamoto (86) Third row: Harue Maki (83), Stanley Kitajima (84), Doris Soma (84), Judy Teruya (84), Wallace Ota (85), Rev. Dwight Nakamura (Retired)(84), Rocky Mishina (86) Fourth row: Evelyn Gushiken (82), Peggy Miyamoto (81), Ethel Miyamoto (81), Clifford Miyamoto (81). On September 12, the Sunday School and Junior YBA honored the Keiro members (those over 80 years old) with a special musical and dance treat as well as a delicious lunch. The old- est member was Kimiko Kitagawa at a young age of 93. It is so wonderful to see the young and old get together. If you were not able to attend, please try to make it next year!! Page 5
    • What is “Perpetual Memorial Service?” (Eitaikyo) Obituaries This record of a perpetual memorial ser- The Jodo Mission of Hawaii extends vice and is called Eitaikyo in Japanese. its sincere condolences to the family When the date of death occurs for a person members and loved ones of the following listed on this record, the ministers pray for members who have recently left this that individual during the morning service. world for the Pure Land. The prayers will continue each year for as long as Jodo Mission exists. Edna Ritsu Sang 89 Anyone can be included in it. You may put Mitsuo Maeda 80 your own name on the list, too. This also Raymond Tetsuji Nishiyama 81 helps when it is difficult to have memorial Etsuko Matsushita 81 services. We also welcome you to attend the Agnes Midori Kuriyama 91 morning service at 8:30am. Toshiko “Judy” Mayeda Yanagihara 91 How to apply Stop by the office, and fill out the applica- tion form. Each name costs $200. After the Wedding Services, Baby Blessings, application is accepted, the name will be House Blessings are available listed on the record. upon request. If you are planning to get married or know someone who is planning a wedding or if you would like to renew your wedding Jodo Mission Office vows, you are welcome to recommend our Temple. To pledge eternal love between Hours: husband and wife to Amida Buddha is very Monday to Saturday important. 8am—5pm Baby Blessings: May Amida Buddha’s love surround our children with love. Sunday & Holidays House Blessings: May your new house, 8am—3pm apartment, home be blessed. Please call for an appointment. Rev. Yubun Narashiba Rev. Kanjun Nakano Rev. Dwight Nakamura Head Minister Resident Minister Retired Minister Page 6
    • EITAIKYO (Perpetual Memorial Service) for October 1 Yuriko Hirono 11 Shizuo Fujikami 22 Kei Sawamura 2 Takeo Taniguchi The Fujikami Family Kiyomi Fujimoto Yasumoto Kawahara Shizuyo Kimura The Kawahara Family The Kimura Family 23 Shigezaburo Kanayama Yoshimi Ohara Takeo Nakata The Kanayama Family Shuichi Yamamura Ayako Nakamura Noboru Kuriyama Tsukie Iwamoto The Kuriyama Family Akira Hashimoto 12 Mitsuo Hisamura Kosai Nakamura Taniguchi Family Aoki Family Shozaemon Yoshida Katsuko Tsuji Kiyoto Horiuchi 13 Ishimoto’s Child Eleanor Sato 3 Tome Yanagihara The Ishimoto & Akimoto Family The Yanagihara Family Yoshiko Imaguchi 24 Yoshiichi Yamada Masa Ueda The Imaguchi Family The Yamada Family Bishop Bino Mamiya Seizo Hayashi Kitaro Yamato Tanezo Fujimoto Masanobu Asai The Yamato Family Kana Kimura Miru Umemoto 14 Yukichi Sakuda 4 Tsune Matsumori The Sakuda Family 25 Mamoru Fukuda The Matsumori Family Tsunejiro Imaguchi The Fykuda Family Senichi Iwaki The Imaguchi Family Asataro Yamamoto The Iwaki Family Shotaro Ueda The Yamamoto Family Robert Yanagihara The Ueda Family Hatsuji Yamamoto Kokichi Okimura Komao Harada 5 Toshiro Ashinaka The Okimura Family Masa Ikuta Yamada The Morita & Ashinaka Family Masato Kamisato Daughter of K. Nakamura Tsune Nomiyama 26 Kikuji Okada Rinji Inouye Teruko Sumimoto Yaichi Maruich Hideo Imamoto Shimo Hirouji Taro Taira Kiyoko Aoki 6 Masu Tanimura 15 Arata Nishimoto The Tanimura Family The Nishimoto Family 27 Fumio Yanagihara Fukashi Yamamoto The Yanagihara Family 6 Kazuhiro Kawabuchi Kiku Yanagihara Nobuo Amakawa Mamoru Hayashi 7 Itsue Hirohama 16 Ichijiro Aoki Take Kimura The Hirohama & Kawasugi Family The Aoki & Okubo Family Toichi Toyofuku Wakamaru Masaki Iwakichi Matsumori Masa Furukawa Mamu Teraoka The Matsumori Family Nobuichi Nobuji 28 Hideo Inouye 8 Junichi Nanba Yoshio Tsuda The Nanba Family Kazue Uyehara 29 Takayuki Kameoka Sato Morikawa The Kameoka Family The Morikawa Family 17 Tome Nagata Take Hinotsume Yonesuke Yonemoto Marsha Yoshioka Haruyo Hashimoto The Yonemoto Family Setsuko Tanaka 18 Takeichi Shintaku 30 Fuji Yamada The Tanaka Family Tokuichi Iwasaki The Yamada Family Nobue Noyama Katsu Hashimoto Sue Matsuo Gunichi Wakazuru Marla M. Horiuchi The Matsuo Family Mamoru Furuya Tomoaki Ito Chiyoko Ogata 9 Shinzo Kawamoto 20 Masaichi Ishizaki 31 Rikizo Fukuda Mino Kamisato The Fukuda Family 10 Asa Isobe Shuichi Yamamura Tora Okawa The Isobe Family Iso Ikuta The Okawa & Shigeoka Family Kiso Fujimoto Kuni Yamamoto Takeo Ishida 21 Aiko Okamoto The Yamamoto Family Shizuku Hashimoto The Okamoto & Nakamoto Family Yasuko Mitsuyasu Henry Yoshiichi Uyehara Shizuyo Fukada Page 7
    • Jodo Mission of Hawaii 8:30am Morning Service October 2010 Phone: 949-3995 Everyday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8:30 Fujinkai Meeting 10:00 Sunday Service 10:30am Maunalani **3:15 pm Jodo Shu 8:30 Sewing Class Visitation Hour 10 11 12 13 14**3:15 pm Jodo Shu 15 16 10:00 Family Service 10am CCH visitation Hour 10:30 BAZAAR SET UP Lunch 12:00 Board Meeting BAZAAR P R E P A R A T I O N: All week until Bazaar Day 10/17/10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 NO SUNDAY SERVICE BAZAAR 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 8:30 YBA Meeting 10:00 Sunday Service COMING EVENTS: 31 10:00 Sunday Service November Kids Choir ‘Malama” (children 5-8 years) 10:30 Sunday School Nov 14 at 10:00 a.m. O-Juya Family Service Nov 20-21 Zenshinza Theater presentation of “Honen & Shinran” **Jodo Shu Hour Radio K-ZOO (AM1210Khz, Japanese sta- tion) Dec 5 Jodo-e Service-H.B.C. Dec 12 General Clean-up—We need your help on this day!