Kōjō

Kōjō / 向上 [The Kojyo], (Kealakekua, HI)

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The Kōjō, meaning progress, was published by the Kona Buddhist Advancement Club at the Daifukuji Mission in Kona on the island of Hawaii. The Daifukuji Mission, now named the Daifukuji Soto Mission, is a Sōtōshū Zen Buddhist temple. The paper primarily consisted of articles related to Zen Buddhist teachings and temple activities.

『向上』はハワイ島コナにあるダイフクジ(大福寺)・ミッションのコナ・ブディスト・アドバンスメント・クラブにより発行された。ダイフクジ・ミッションは 曹洞宗の禅寺で、現在ダイフク・ソートー・ミッションに改名された。禅の教えと寺の活動が主な掲載内容である。

Hawaii Newspaper Project, Sophia McMillen, and Nancy Jane Morris. 1987. Hawaii Newspapers: A Union List. [Honolulu]: n.a.

“Daifukuji Soto Mission.” Accessed on July 3, 2017. www.daifukuji.org.

“History: World War II and the Internment of the Ministers (1941).” Accessed on July 3, 2017. http://hongwanjihawaii.com/history/

“Headquarters Update Newsletters.” Accessed on July 3, 2017. http://hongwanjihawaii.com/news/newsletter/

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