This small temple was constructed as a branch of the Honohina temple. However, with the passage of time and population shifts, it became the main temple in 1969 when the mother temple was dismantled. A shallow irimoya-roofed portico reveals the structure as more than a large plantation house.
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Honohina Hongwanji Temple
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