Hawaii State Archives. Nancy Bannick Photograph Collection. Temples and Shrines File.  The collection includes photographs of temples and shrines that are no longer extant or have been altered since its original construction.


Hawaii Sugar Plantation Association Archives.  The archive donated to University of Hawaii Hamilton Library, contains construction documents, specifications for plantation labor housing and registers, including the following:


Apokaa Sugar Company, Ewa, Oahu, 1905-1936.

Hakalua Sugar Company

Hawaiian Agricultural Company

Hilo Coast Processing Company

Hawaiian Irrigation Company

Hamakua Mill Company

Hutchinson Sugar Company

Kaiwaiki Sugar Compnay

Kau Sugar Company

Kekua Sugar Company

Lihue Plantation Company

Laupahoehoe Sugar Company

Mauna Kea Sugar Company

Mcbryde Sugar Company

Onomea Sugar Company

Oahu Sugar Company

Pepeekeo Sugar Company

Pioneer Mill Company

Pacific Sugar Mill

Paauhau Sugar Company

Puna Sugar Mill Company

Apokaa Sugar Company

Ewa Plantation Company


Hego [Heigo] Fuchino Architectural Drawings.  Temples and Shrines Category.  The collection donated to the Hawaiian Collection, University of Hawaii Hamilton Library, contains architectural drawings of designed projects in Hawaii by Heigo Fuchino.


Kato-Tin-Sha [Kato Jinja] Temple

Waipahu Hongwanji Mission

Wahiawa Hongwanji Mission

Hokekyo-Ji Mission

Jodo Sect Mission

Todo [Jodo] Sect Mission Temple

Shingon-Shu Temple

Maui Daijin-gu Mission

Shinshu Kyokai Mission

Koto Hira [Kotohira] Jinsha Chapel

Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii

Izumo-Taisha Mission

Soto Sect Mission Temple

Inari Zinsha [Jinja] Temple

Dai Jingu Temple

Assembly Hall for Rev. Sakai

Moiliili Hongwanji (Preliminary sketch)

Pearl City Temple (Preliminary sketch)


Hilo Shingon Temple Photograph Collection. Holding the most complete collection of the historical photographs of the Shingon-shu.


Honpa Hongwanji Headquarters Archives.  Historical photograph collection of the Honpa Hongwanji. Included in this are over 100 photographs of non-existing temples of the Honpa Hongwanji.  The Honpa Hongwanji allowed these old photographs to be preserved through grant moneys from the Imin Shiryo Hozon Kai (1996) under the direction of the author. The 4x5 negatives are now being made available for public use at the Hamilton Library Hawaiian Collection.


Jodo Mission Library Archives.  Small collection of books and photographs of the Jodo-shu Headquarters.


Kauai Historical Society.  Kauai Churches File.  Includes Photograph Collection and Resource Profiles of significant churches and temples located on Kauai and Maui, as well as other resource materials regarding cultural, historical and architectural structures on Kauai and Maui. 


Koloa Tai Shido [Taishido] Mission

Koloa Hongwanji

Koloa Jodo

Hanapepe Zen Shuji

Kahului Hongwanji

Lahaina Hongwanji

Waimea Shingon Shrine

Waimea Higashi Hongwanji



Kona Historical Society Archives. Small Photograph collection of the temples of the island of Hawaii.


Lyman Museum Archives.  Photograph Collection. Temples and Shrine file.  The collection includes donated artifacts from temples.  Hilo, Hawaii.


Nippu Jiji Archives. Scenery of Hawaii Files.  Property of Dr. Dennis Ogawa, Professor of American Studies, Ethnic Studies. The author was allowed free access to the files and was allowed to make negatives and copies of photographs. Over 45 photographs of non-existent buildings were taken and used within this dissertation.


Soto Mission Ryusenji Temple Photograph Collection. A full photograph closed collection of the Soto Mission of Hawaii has been accumulated over the years beginning with the third priest Komagata and the present priest Haru Kumagata.




Arine, Masao.  Interview by author, March 24, 1997, Kahului, Maui, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Maui Jinja.


Dole, Philip.  Interview by author, October 15, 1996, Oregon (via FAX).  Subject: Background of single wall usage in North America.


Ebata, Burt Hiroshi and Rev. Yuban Narishiba.  Interview by author, April 5, 1997, Koloa, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Koloa Jodo Mission.


Fuchino, Wilfred. Interview by author, June, 1998 Honolulu, Hawaii. Tape Recording Subject: Heigo Fuchino, Wilfred Fuchino’s father.


Fujie, Ella.  Interview by author, February 1995, Wainaku, Hawaii.  Subject: History of Wainaku Temple.


Group Interview by author, April 20, 1997, Kapaa, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: History of Kapaa Hongwanji.


Group Interview by author, August 1997, Kona, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: History of Soto Daifukuji.


Hanuki, Seigo (Rev.).  Interview by author, January 1996, Paia, Maui, Hawaii.  Subject: History of Paia Mantokuji Mission.


Hara, Gensho (Rev.).  Interview by author, January 1996, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii.  Subject: Lahaina Jodo Mission's history and construction of present temple structure.

Harada, Mikie.  Interview by author, December 26, 1995, Holualoa, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Holualoa and History and construction of Holualoa Hongwanji.


Higashi, Sawae and Sadao Kobayashi. Interview by author, October 15, 1996, Laupahoehoe, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Laupahoehoe Jodo Temple.


Hirae.  Interview by author, July 1997, Hilo, Hawaii (via telephone).  Subject: Inari Jinja.


Ichida, Masahiro.  Interview by author, February 1995, Hawi, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: History of Hawi Temple.


Ishijima, Koju.  Interview by author, April 1997, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Subject: Rebuilding Waimea Shingon temple on the island of Kauai after hurricane Iniki.


Kawasaki, Harumasa.  Interview by author, June 7, 1997, Hiroshima, Japan.  Tape recording.  Subject: Sanzo Kawasaki, contractor.


Koga, Kazuya Interview by author, May, 1997 Shioda Town, Saga, Japan  Subject: Heigo Fuchino.


Kohara, Arthur Akira.  Interview by author, January 6, 1999, Honolulu, Hawaii. Tape recording. Subject: Charles Shinichi Kohara and Autobiography.


Kubota, Tetsuo.  Interview by author, March 14, 1995, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Subject:  Kotohira Jinja construction.


Manabe, Atsushi.  Interview by author, June 4, 1997, Fukuoka, Japan.  Tape recording.  Subject: Umekichi Tanaka, temple carpenter.


Masato, Oda.  Interview by author, June, 1997 Saga, Kyushu, Japan.  Subject: Heigo Fuchino, engineer.


Matsui, Kazuo.  Interview by author, August 15, 1995, Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii.  Subject: History of Aiea Soto Mission.


Matsumoto, Eric T. (Rev.) [Honokaa Hongwanji].  Interview by author, December 3, 1998, Kamuela, Hawaii. Subject: Serving on the Big Island. Period experience.


Matsuura, Gyokuei, Bishop of Soto Sect.  Interview by author, June 1996, Honolulu, Hawaii. Tape recording.  Subject: History of Kona Daifukuji Soto Mission. 


Minatoishi, Iwao.  Interview by author, August 1997, Hilo, Hawaii.  Subject: Hilo Meishoin Jodo Mission and Hilo Higashi Hongwanji.


Miyazaki, Teruhiko and Tokuichi (Father).  Interview by author, June 3, 1997, Shioda, Saga, Japan.  Tape recording.  Subject: Heigo Fuchino, engineer.


Motoishi, Kaoru and Jay Jitsuji Muranaka.  Interview by author, October 15, 1996, Honomu, Hawaii.  Subject: Honomu Odaishi.


Muraoka, Thormas A., and  Harry Akazawa.  Interview by author, April 19, 1997, Hanapepe, Kauai, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: History and contractor of Hanapepe Hongwanji.


Okamoto, Fusao.  Interview by author, May 31, 1997, Yamaguchi, Hiroshima, Japan.  Tape recording.  Subject: Yoshisuke Sasaki, carpenter.


Okubo, Kiyoshi. Interview by author, January 1996, Hilo, Hawaii  Subject: General history of Buddhism in Hawaii.


Ossipoff, Vladimir.  Interview by author, January 1996, Honolulu, Hawaii (via telephone).  Subject: Temples in Hawaii, temple architecture.


Sasaki, Charles.  Interview by author, January 1996, Kona, Hawaii.


Suda, Elsie.  Interview by author, February 1997, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Subject: Husband, Billy Suda, who built the Kato Jinja, Shinto shrines in Kakaako on Oahu.


Suda, Tokuo “Billy”.  Interview by author, February 1997, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Autobiography and contracting in Hawaii.


Sumida, Tamashi.  Interview by author, May 7, 1998, Hana, Maui, Hawaii.  Subject:  Hana Honganji.


Takahashi.  Interview by author, March 27, 1997, Kahului, Maui, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Rebuilding of the Maui Jinja.


Tamiya, Ryuji (Rev.).  Interview by author, January 1,1996, Kona, Hawaii  Subject: Kona Daifukuji Soto Mission.


Tamura.  Interview by author, 1997, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Honpa Hongwanji Betsuin architectural features.


Tanabe, George, Sr.  Interview by author, October 23, 1995, Waialua, Oahu, Hawaii.  Subject:  History of Waialua Hongwanji Mission.


Taniguchi, Richard.  Interview by author, October 15, 1996 and March 20, 1997, Hilo, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Sanzo Kawasaki, contractor.


Teramae, Herbert T.  Interview by author, August 11, 1995, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Subject: Shingon Betsuin Temple.


Teshima.  Interview by author, August 21, 1997, Kona, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Inari Jinja, Kona.


Tomokiyo, Joan Tsunae.  Interview by author, August 30, 1990, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii.  Tape recording.  Subject: Seichiro Tomokiyo, carpenter.


Toulon, Eric.  Interview by author, September 1997, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii  Subject: Lawai Shingon Mission's temple structure (now refurbished sports shop).


Ueoka, Robert.  Interview by author, August 30, 1997, Paia, Maui, Hawaii.  Subject: Seichiro Tomokiyo, contractor.


Urasaki, Alan (Rev.).  Interview by author, January 17,1996, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Subject: Priesthood, becoming indoctrinated.


Wallace, Don (Western Wood Products Association, Oregon).  Interview by Barbara Shideler, January 6, 1997 (via telephone and faxed to author).  Subject: History of lumber production.


Watanabe, Yoichiro.  Interview by author, February 1995, Hawi, Hawaii.  Subject: Hawi Jodo Mission temple construction.


Watchi, Toshiko.  Interview by author, March 1997, Hamakua, Hawaii.  Subject: Hamakua Jodo Mission.


Yagishita, Chuko.  Interview by author, May 1997, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo, Japan.  Subject:  Immigration records of carpenters to Hawaii.


Yano, Sanshiro.  Interview by author, October 1996, Hamakua, Hawaii.  Subject: Hamakua Jodo Mission.





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Hawaii Sugar Planter Planters Association (HSPA).  “Inclusive 1-20, Building Plans for Dwellings” Plans, Sections, General Descriptions and Material Lists of Several Building Types.  Honolulu: Hawaii Sugar Planter Planters Association (HSPA), c1930.


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Ronald H. Nagata, A.I.A., Inc.  “Master Planning for Puna Hongwanji Mission, Scheme #1.” Keaau, Hawaii.  March 5, 1998.  Job No. 98-10.


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Spencer Mason Architects, Inc.  Part One and Two of the Uchida Coffee Farm Historic Structure Report for the Kona Historical Society.  July 10, 1995.


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Hawaii.  “Chapter 21B. Foreign Language Instruction.” Session Laws of Hawaii, Series A-27. - Act 104 (1943).


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Hawaii.  Department of Land and Natural Resources.  Historic Preservation Office.  “Emory and Webb.”  n.d. 11 p.


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__________.  Historic Resources Inventory.  “Laupahoehoe Jodo.”


__________.  Historic Sites Information and Review Form, Hawaii Register of Historic Places. (see table below)


Site Name

Document Number

(State/Island/Quad/Site no.)

Date of Survey

[Holualoa] Shingon Mission

(New and Old)


July 1973

Hakalau District


January 1974

Hamakua Jodo Mission


November 1973

Hawi Jodo Mission


June 1973

Hilo Hongwanji


January 1974

Holualoa Hongwanji Mission


December 1973

Honaunau Japanese Temple


October 1973

Honokaa Commercial District


April 1974

Honokaa Hongwanji Mission


June 1973

Honokaa Shingon Mission


November 1973

Honomu District


December 1973

Honomu District


February 1974

Honpa Hongwanji Mission

[Keokea Sub-Temple]


October 1973

Kapaau Jodo Mission


June 1973

Kaumana Hongwanji


January 1974



March 1974

Kealakekua Hongwanji


July 1973

Kohala Sugar District


June 1973

Kona District





July, October 1973

Koyasan Shingon Mission


November 1973

Kukuihaele District



Lower Paia Central District


March 1974

Ninole District


December 1973

Odashi [Odaishi] Temple


October 1973

Pahala District


October 1973

Puna Hongwanji Mission


December 1973



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__________. 1997 Calendar.  Honolulu: s.n., 1997.


Hunt, Ernest.  An Outline of Buddhism.  Honolulu: Publishing Bureau of the Honpa Hongwanji, 1929.


Hunter, Louise.  Buddhism in Hawaii, Its Impact on a Yankee Community.  Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1971.



Imamura, Yemyo.  Democracy According to the Buddhist Viewpoint.  Honolulu: T.H. Publishing Bureau of Hongwanji Mission, 1918.  JC423 .I48


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__________.  A Short History of the Hongwanji Buddhist Mission in Hawaii. 1897-1931.  Honolulu: Publishing Bureau of the Hongwanji Buddhist Mission, 1931.


__________.  The Symbolism of Buddhism.  Honolulu: Publishing Bureau of the Hongwanji Buddhist Mission, 1927.



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Kona Hongwanji Mission.  Centennial Celebration, 1897-1997.  s.l.: s.n., 1997.


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Membership Directory of Honpa Hongwanjji Mission of Hawaii.  s.l.: s.n., 1962.


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“The Reverend Yoshiaki Fujitani, Retired Bishop, Honpa Hongwanji Mission & Buddhist Study Center.”  Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 30 March 1993, A3.


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“Zen Buddhist Temple in Palolo Valley, Being Constructed by Diamond Sangha Members to be Completed “When it’s Done”, says Robert Aitken.”  Honolulu Advertiser, 17 April 1993, B4.





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Hanapepe Hongwanji Mission.  85th Anniversary, October 29-30, 1994.  s.l.: s.n., 1994.


Hawaii Buddhist Council in Cooperation with Oral History Project Staff, Ethnic Studies Program, University of Hawaii. Contributions of Buddhism in Hawaii. Photo Display April 7-11, 1976 [at] Shirokiya, Ala Moana Center.  [Honolulu]:  The Council,  [1976].


Hawaii Council of Jodo Missions Centennial Celebration, 1894-1994.  Honolulu: s.n., 1994.


Hawi Jodo Mission.  80th Anniversary of Hawi Jodo Mission, October 12, 1975.  Hawi, Hawaii: Hawi Jodo Mission, 1975.  18 p.  (Pamphlet)


The History of Palolo Hongwanji in Commemoration of its 25th Anniversary Celebration Palolo Hongwanji October 4, 1897.  Honolulu: Palolo Hongwanji. 1987.


Honohina Hongwanji Fujinkai.  Honohina Hongwanji Fujinkai 80th Anniversary, August 1988. s.l.: s.n., 1988. 


Honohina Hongwanji Kyodan 90th Anniversary Celebration Service.  s.l.: s.n., 1990.


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“The Kawailoa Temple Restoration Project.”  s.l.: s.n., 1977.  [1 folded sheet]


Kona Daifukuji Fujinkai (1915-1985). Kona, Hawaii: Daifukuji Soto, 1985. 


Kona Daifukuji Soto Mission Seventy-fifth Anniversary.  Kona, Hawaii: Daifukuji Soto, August 26, 1990.  22 p.


Lahaina Jodo Mission.  70th Anniversary Celebration and Celebration of 850th Year Birthday of Saint Honen, October 30-31, 1982.  s.l.: s.n., 1982.


Nichirenshu Rikkyokai Nanahyaku-nen Kinen Taikei Sankai Hawai Kaikyo Gojjushu Kinen Shashin Narabini Nihoshu Ondairi Junkyo Kiroku.  Hawai Nichirenshu Kyodan Hen.  s.l.: s.n., 1953.


Ninetieth Anniversary, November 16-17, 1996, Mantokuji Mission of Paia, Maui.  s.l.: s.n., 1996.


Puna Hongwanji Mission.  Rennyo Shonin 500th Year Memorial Service and Puna Hongwanji Mission, 95th Anniversary.  1997.  (Pamphlet)


Seventy-fifth Anniversary 1918-1993 Soto Mission of Aiea Taiheiji Zen temple October 23-24, 1993.  [Honolulu: The Mission, 1993].


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“60 Years of Hilo Meishoin.”  1972, 10 p.  In English and Japanese.


65th Anniversary Celebration of Founding of the Haleiwa Shingon Mission, Contribution Report.  s.l.: Haleiwa Shingon Mission, 1993.


Sixty-seven Years' History of the Higashi Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii, June, 1993.  s.l.: s.n., [1993]. 


Waialua Hongwanji Mission 75th Anniversary, April 25, 26, 27, 1980.  s.l.: s.n., 1980.

Wailuku Hongwanji Mission.  75th Anniversary of the Wailuku Hongwanji Mission, 1900-1975.  s.l.: s.n., 1975.


Waimea Higashi Hongwanji.  Nembutsu Legacy to the New Era.  s.l.: s.n., 1994.  In English and Japanese.


Waipahu Soto Zen Temple.  Waipahu, Hawaii: Waipahu Soto Zen Temple Taiyoji, 199-.  [1 folded sheet]