Welcome to the website of the
Moiliili Japanese Cemetery.
We started this website with a
catalog of all the family monuments in the cemetery,
more than 2000 gravesites.
See the navigation bar to access data
on your family monument.
We are a group of dedicated
volunteers who care deeply about our historical cemetery.
We are giving it the first facelift
in its 105 years.
We received an Awesome Foundation
Grant last August 2012
and have built a beautiful bluestone wall along the
about 556 feet long.
We have improved the main entrance
have created a smaller pedestrian entrance at the Ewa end.
We are one hundred volunteers strong,
who have worked on site every Saturday and Sunday and holiday,
rain or shine
for a year.
Now we are maintaining the improved look of the cemetery and tend
to the growing trees.
We have planted more than a dozen
donated plumeria trees and over 50 manila palms.
There is a lot of color in our
many desert roses, mao (Hawaiian
cotton), and ilima plants.
We are creating shady gardens, seating areas, a new
water supply with washing stones and more faucets.
The plaque at the gateway will be
Thanks to our over two hundred
who have and continue to provide the funds for purchasing materials for
We are applying for placement on the
National and State Register of Historic Places.