Japan’s Prime Minister House believed to be haunted
TOKYO: Residence of Japan’s Prime Minister has been vacant for almost a decade and a heavy amount is spent every year to take care of it.
According to a foreign news agency, the Prime Minister’s official residence in Japan is empty since 2012, after unusual and paranormal activities were witnessed in the building.
In 2012, a Japanese Prime Minister who was residing there used to hear voices of ghosts and of soldiers’ march, due to which the prime minister could not sleep.
The house was built in 1929 and it was the main destination of the military rebellions. In 1932, the then prime minister was killed during an attempt of military rebellion. Four years later, in the effort of another military rebellion, the prime minister of that time was shot down.
It is said that there are still memories of history in this building as there are marks of bullet shots and fire.
Around 16 crore yen, which is equivalent to Rs22 crores, is used for the perseverance of the building. However, no prime minister prefers to stay in the building.