Honolulu Myohoji Mission was established in 1930 by Bishop Nisshu Kobayashi of the Kenpon Hokke-Order in Japan.
In May of 1954, Venerable Rev. Nittatsu Fujii of Nihonzan Myohoji offered a set of Busshari (Shakyamuni Buddha’s Relics).
In May of 1968, the first Peace Tower in Honolulu, which includes the main prayer hall was realized.
In 1979 the Honolulu Myohoji was admitted into the NIchiren-Oreder (Nichiren-shu).
In 1983, Honolulu Myohoji Japanese Culture Center was built for supporting the development of Japanese culture.
In 2015, the Honolulu Myohoji celebrated the 85th anniversary of its founding.