Tomb of Jesus Christ in Japan
• The tomb of Jesus Christ in Japan
In Japan, many wonderful, amazing attractions which tourists still remember the years and show friends and family photos from his travels. Most of the attractions are related to the Japanese culture and the unique nature of the islands, but there are in this country as a place that not only intersect with the cultures of many other countries, but also is, to put it mildly, controversial. The fact that the Japanese claim that it is their real Tomb of Jesus Christ.
That's right - no more, no less, and it is the tomb of Jesus Christ was buried. And it's not about the namesake, a speech about the Christ, who lived two thousand years ago. The tomb is located in the remote village of Shingo, which until 1955 was called dick, similar to the Japanese word Hebrai, which stands for the language, "Hebrew".
The alleged tomb of Jesus Christ on the territory of the village of Shingo.
According to legend, in 1930 the young priest by the name of Shinto Takeshi found documents in which at Old Japanese language about "the real story of Jesus." Now these documents can not be verified, since they are roughly at the same time had been confiscated by the Japanese government and will never become public.
Japanese Shingo village became famous thanks to the tomb of Jesus Christ.
What is discussed in the documents? According to legend, Jesus was 21 years old he moved to Japan and it was here that he began to preach his doctrine, which has been doing for 12 years. He then returned to Judea, where he assembled a new disciples, and further history is known - at least until the time when Jesus was arrested and condemned to death. Further, according to the documents of Japan, the younger brother of Jesus Isukiri went to death instead of his brother, and Jesus himself eloped to get back to Japan.
The scrolls, which at one time had found a young priest from Shingo.
Jesus the way to Japan was full of obstacles and tribulations, but when he finally reached the blessed land, he decided to settle down here and start a family. Here he married, he had children, and Jesus died at the age of 106 years.
The story of Jesus as told in the scrolls of Shingo.
A sign at the tomb, which explains the contents of the scrolls.
At the site of the grave (or at least the alleged tomb) of Jesus Christ in Japan with a cross, "in memory of Jesus and his brother, who had died for him," as well as the commemorative plaque from Jerusalem, where the Hebrew reads "This plaque is a gift from the city of Jerusalem as the testimony of the friendship between Israel and the city of Jerusalem and Shingo. "
The legend says that in these scrolls tells the real story of Jesus Christ.
Attraction Shingo village.
plate from Jerusalem to the village of Shingo.