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Yasuo, the son of the late Yasuo Nakamura, has built a tomb in a remote area of the island of Kyushu to honour his grandfather, who died in 2010.
The tomb was made of mud bricks and carved with scenes of his father, who passed away in April, said Yasuo’s father, Yasei Yasuo.
Yasuo built the tomb to honour the memory of his grandfather who died on April 7, 2010.
Yasuosho, a 30-year-old fisherman, is also working to raise money to build a monument in his father’s honour.
“I’ve worked for the past four years on the monument,” Yasuo said in an interview with the Japan Times newspaper on Friday.
“But the money is tight and I cannot afford it.”
Yasuo has built the memorial and other monuments on the island in the past two years, and has also established a fund to raise funds for a monument.
“Yasuo is a very dedicated person and I know that he has always been committed to building a memorial on Kyushus grave site,” Yasuokos son said.
Yaso said he plans to build an inscription on the tomb that will include his father in memory of the dead.
“He would never have believed that his grandfather’s spirit is buried in Kyushushus tomb,” Yasuno said.
“The statue would be made of stone, so the stone would reflect his spirit.”
The statue will be placed near the tomb where Yasuo lived, and it is hoped the memorial will become a shrine for Yasuo and other Kyushusha people.
Yasumoto Yasumura, a 38-year old woman who lives in Kawasaki, told the Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper that she is working on the statue.
“If I have the funds, I will start construction this year,” Yasumuro said.