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Fukuoka Japan Temple: Facts and figures

Fukuoka Japan Temple: Facts and figures

Location: 47-2 Hiral Josui, Machi, Chao-Ku, Fukuoka, Japan.

Temple presidency: Masaru Tsuchida, president; Michio Kurogi and Kimio Yoshioka, counselors.

Rooms: Celestial room, two endowment rooms, two sealing rooms and a baptistry.

Size: 10,800 square feet. On lower level is mission home, mission office and temple president's apartment.

Exterior: Two granites: Empress White and Majestic Grey granite from China.

Architect: Kanji Moriya

Contractor: Taisei Construction Co.

District: Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Kumamoto, Okayama stakes and Kagoshima, Matsuyama, Nagasaki, Takamatsu and Yamaguchi districts.

Pertinent facts: Announced May 7, 1998; ground broken March 20, 1999; open house held June 1-3, 2000, with approximately 4,800 attending. Dedicated in four sessions by President Gordon B. Hinckley on Sunday, June 11, 2000, with 3,280 in attendance.

Schedule: By appointment only.

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