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Exhibit tells tales in temples

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    A collection of Daruma dolls depict the founder of Zen Buddhism with a large, dark beard and wide eyes.
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    A statue of Kannon, the compassionate Bodhisattva, is made in Hawaii of ironwood.
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    Willa Tanabe holds a "mokugyo," a fish-shaped drum used for chanting, that is part of the exhibit "Approaching the Sacred: Japanese Buddhist Temples in Hawaii," on display at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii. The show is based on a book Tanabe wrote with her husband, George.

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