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CHUJIRO AND KIYOE HAYASHI SAIL TO HAWAII

- September 1937

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On Friday, 24th September, 1937, Chujiro Hayashi and his daughter, Kiyoe, set sail from Yokahama on the M. S. 'Chichibu Maru'.

On Saturday, 2nd October, the ship docked in Honolulu.

The pair would remain in Hawaii for approximately 4 months 3 weeks, during which time they would accompany Hawayo Takata on a lecture tour to promote the art of Reiki Healing...

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The Chichibu Maru

During the 1930's the Chichibu Maru regularly sailed between Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kobe, Yokohama, Honolulu,
Los Angeles and San Francisco, and occasionally also called at Nagasaki, Hong Kong and Manila.



Passenger Manifest of the  M.S. Chichibu Maru

Chichibu Maru Passenger Manifest for Hayashi 1937

Click HERE for large version of this document 

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Close-up of entry for the Hayashis:


Ship's Manifest entries for Chujiro and Kiyoe Hayashi, 1937fo


It is interesting that, under the section for 'Calling or Occupation' Chujiro is listed as a 'Master of Hayashi Reiki Kenkyu'*, and not as an M.D.

Though I feel we must not fall into the trap of reading too much into this observation.

While some might consider this to be 'proof' that he had never been a doctor, I would suggest that all we can properly infer here is that 
Chujiro Hayashi was not practicing as a doctor at this specific point in time. 


Hawayo Takata and Chujiro Hayashi November 20th 1937
Hawayo Takata  & Chujiro Hayashi
Photo from the Hawaii Hochi (A Japanese-language
Newspaper), November 20, 1937

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* Chujiro Hayashi had named his own Reiki organisation 'Hayashi Reiki Kenkyu-Kai" (Hayashi Reiki Research-Association)



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