Educational studies of Japanese history
Associate Professor at Kyoto Prefectural University and Specialist in Japanese History and Culture and UK-Japan Relations 京都府立大学文学部准教授（国際文化交流）山口 エレノア
Books and Ideas--Vanishing Literature Series
An unofficial guide to Yamaguchi Prefecture and its nihonshu
News, events and useful & timely information from Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan
Dutch based History and Literary Studies Student Historical events, Historical essays, movie reviews and book reviews
The Untold History of Modern Japan and Japanese Martial Arts 知らない近代日本史及武道史
Helping people who have to say "now what?"
Hiking trails in Kyushu, Japan
Family life in Japan, and other stuff
is he buried in two places? Kyoto and Koya-san? I do not get it…
Hi. Japanese usually cremate the dead. Sometimes shrines are made and the ashes are placed in different locations. Especially for famous people of the past and especially if they die away from their homelands.