Something different from the beach and the sun. You can actually combine the two because just by the site there is a beach popular with the locals. A Japanese temple, a giant Buddha and pleasant surroundings.
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Going to the Lahaina Jodo Mission is a short trip, just a quick walk around the grounds for a moment really, to look at the large buddha and the several pagodas adjacent to Baby Beach, just North of Lahaina (also next to a very, very...More
We heard that the mission was a cool site to see, so on our way to explore the island we stopped in. We weren't allowed to go inside the temples, but it was a very peaceful site and cool to see! It doesn't take more...More
Went there on a morning. The area was open but temples were closed. It is nice for a quick walk around and some pictures. The cemetery on the beach on the other side is worth having a look. The beach in the front is also...More
This free compound consists of a big open courtyard surrounded by Tokyo-style buildings suitable for Buddhist ceremonies. One building is open for interior views. Right on the water, parking on the street outside.
My fiance and I made a quick stop here one morning after we had checked out of one hotel and was waiting checkin time at another. There was plenty of parking so we pulled right up to the gate. There is a donation box at...More
I stopped by the admire the beautiful architecture. There is a beautiful temple and prayer bell. There is also a giant Buddha statue where you can leave offering which I found to be quite beautiful.
I've attended this mission's Obon Festival for the past three years. I am not a member of the Buddhist community per se, but I do love cultural events and learning, and I have a deep respect for anyone practicing compassion. This mission invites everyone to...More