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Ground broken for Sapporo Japan LDS Temple

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  • Chachi Charlottesville, VA
    Oct. 27, 2011 3:54 p.m.

    Sapporo Temple groundbreaking: Thumbs up. This will be a great benefit for Japanese Mormons living on Hokkaido.

    Deseret News: Thumbs down. This happened nearly a week ago, and it's not like the Deseret News lacks the resources to find out about these things. Why the tardy reporting?

  • SyracuseCoug Syracuse, ut
    Oct. 27, 2011 6:39 p.m.

    Love it! Props to my fellow senkiyoshi, especially the "frozen chosen" up north in Sapporo.

    Tokyo kita '92

  • JohnJacobJingleHeimerSchmidt Beverly Hills, CA
    Oct. 27, 2011 7:20 p.m.

    I love news of new Temples

  • No One Of Consequence West Jordan, UT
    Oct. 27, 2011 7:36 p.m.

    Sapporo is a big place and a quite a few people who read this would have appreciated what part of Sapporo the temple is being constructed in.

    There is a lot of really good people there. I was fortunate to spend the middle half of Jimmy Carter's term working among them.

  • Coach Biff Lehi, UT
    Oct. 28, 2011 7:16 a.m.

    SyracuseCoug,

    Tokyo Kita, 88. Kiryu, Sanjo, Kamagaya, Itabashi, Takasaki

  • RED23 Head in the Clouds, UT
    Oct. 28, 2011 10:01 a.m.

    Re: No One of Consequence

    On May 2, 2010, the location of the Sapporo Japan Temple was announced as a large parcel of land on the Atsubetsu River, adjacent to the campus of Hokusei Gakuen University. A charming, well-known pedestrian bridge decorated with colorful circles and supported by a soaring, graceful archknown locally as "Rainbow Bridge"crosses the river at the north edge of the temple site. The land was once occupied by the Shin Sapporo Golf Center and offers convenient access from the Hokkaido Expressway and the Ooyachi Subway Station

  • NT Springville, UT
    Oct. 28, 2011 11:07 a.m.

    subarashii!