The house of the Prime Minister of Japan has been lying vacant for the last 9 years due to fear of ghosts

The house of the Prime Minister of Japan has been lying vacant for the last 9 years due to fear of ghosts
The Prime Minister's official residence in Japan is called Sori Koti. But no PM has been in it for the last 9 years due to fear of ghosts, it is empty. In fact, the history of this residence has been quite violent. Because of this, rumors also spread widely. The most widespread rumor is that the souls of those killed in the violence roam here. This rumor is again under discussion due to current Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.

Suga was elected Prime Minister in September last year, but instead of staying in this grand residence even after 8 months, he lives in cramped rooms in the Diet members' hostel. The Sori Koti Bungalow is located next to the National Diet Building and its 6 buildings are spread over 25 thousand square meters. The PM housing located in it is a magnificent house made of glass and steel.

The place where the Prime Minister's official residence is located is a great bloodbath in history. The then prime minister was shot dead by a group of naval officers during an attempted military coup in 1932. Four years later a coup was attempted, but four people, including the brother-in-law of Prime Minister Okra, were killed. Evidence of these incidents still exists today. At the same time, Junichiro Koizumi, who was prime minister between 2001 and 2006, allegedly summoned a Shinto priest to this house to drive him away.

Leader of the Opposition Yoshihiko Noda says that although the house is empty, it costs 11 million rupees a year to maintain it. I do not understand what is the problem when Sugga goes to the residence. Noda has been the last Prime Minister of Japan living in this residence. He was in power till December 2012.

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