There are many Japanese here in Hawaii, so when you see Lahaina Jindo Temple, the first feeling is very much like the temples in Kyoto. Very quiet place, not many tourists, and the surrounding area is very good.
You can admire the stupa on the left side of the Buddha statue. Surrounded by railings, there are lush green plants behind the statue, and potted plants full of flowers are enshrined in the front. Outside the temple is the sea, you can look at the sea.
This Jodo Temple is a replica of an authentic Japanese Buddhist temple. Inside the temple there is a tall stupa and a huge bronze Buddha statue, which is also one of the largest Buddha statues outside of Asia. It is 3.7 meters high and weighs about 3.5 tons. It was placed here in 1968 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Japanese immigrants in Hawaii. The monastery is free.
There is a stupa here, and you can admire the stupa on the left side of the Buddha statue. The pagoda has 3 floors, the exterior is red and white, with a typical Japanese style. On the opposite side of the bronze statue, there is this one-story-high Buddhist hall called Chaoyin Mountain. Very Japanese style, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Japanese immigrants here.
The bronze statue is rare here, and it has a Japanese feel. The bronze statue is placed on the base of the high platform in the courtyard, surrounded by railings, the back of the bronze statue is densely green, and the front is enshrined with potted plants full of flowers. Outside the temple is the sea, you can look at the sea.