Valley of the Temples
The Valley of Temples is a cemetery located outside on Kaneohe. The Valley of the Temples was built 1968, one hundred years after the first Japanese immigrants came to Oahu, Hawaii. Christians and Buddhists are buried at the Valley of the Temples in Honolulu in Oahu. A Christian Church is situated on the left hills of the Valley of the Temples and a Buddhist Temple is located inside of this valley.
The Valley of the Temples is a famous cemetery in a cleft of the pali is stalked by wild peacocks and visited by over 700 people a day. This makes this temple one of the popular Oahu Attractions on the Hawaiian Island. Valley of the Temples Memorial Park is a located on the Eastern side of the Oahu. This park features the replica of a 12th century Japanese temple built in the late 1960s. Its name is Byodo In Temple which means the Phoenix temple, because of the two metal phoenixes at the top of the main temple.
Facts & Trivia:
- Built 100 years after the first Japanese immigrants cam to Oahu
- Byodo-in temple is the replica of a 12th century Japanese temple
- Its name means the Phoenix temple, named after two metal phoenixes at the top of the main temple