Konko Missions in Hawaii
Welcome to the Konko Mission of Waipahu
94-106 Mokukaua Street
Waipahu, HI 96797
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Services and Grand Ceremonies:
3/22 Sunday 10:00am Spring Memorial Service
4/12 Sunday 11:00am Tenchi Kane no Kami Grand Ceremony
9/20 Sunday 10:00am Autumn Memorial Service
10/11 Sunday 11:00am Ikigami Konko Daijin Grand Ceremony
Want to learn a martial art from Japan called kendo that resembles the ancient sword-fighting of the samurai warriors?
Our sessions start at 6:30 pm every Tuesday and end at 7:30 pm with 2-3 sensei leading the practice attended by 4-6 students ranging in age from 11-19.
Park in the lot adjacent to the practice hall.
Tuition of $2 monthly is charged only after one month.
Any questions, call John Tamashiro, 455-8132
1938 Rev. Santaro Sonoda began missionary work at home of church member.
] 959 Waipahu church was built at present location.
1973 Rev. Sonoda returned to Japan. Rev. Masato Kawahatsu arrived in Waipahu.
1978 The Waipahu Konko Mission Kendo Club was begun.
1979 Rev. Tetsuro Yasutake and his family arrived.
Rev. Tetsuro, Mitsuko, Katsuo, Akinobu, Miyoko, Mitsumasa, Noriko, and Mayumi Yasutake
Sunday: Yoga class (11:00-12:00)
Monday: Shiatsu therapy
Tuesday: Kendo Club (18:30-19:30)
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