This group of nine from Japanese automaker personnel while traveling to the holy city of Mashhad, attended the Razavi Holy Shrine and visited the courtyards and porticos of Razavi Illuminated Court and Central Museum of Astan Quds Razavi.
Yamaguchi, Director of the automotive sector in Iran Sumitomo Corporation, one of the members of the group, who has been living in Iran for three years, on the sidelines of the visit said, “I have a good feeling about this country, and since I live in this country I feel it more.”
“Before coming to this country, I had no information and mentality toward Iran and its people, but many people in other countries, under the influence of foreign media and their misguided information, have negative mentality toward this country, and they are not familiar with this country and its capacity” he stated.
“Since the settlement in this country, I’ve heard a lot about the name and description of Mashhad City and the Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.), and I noticed that a lot of people from different cities and countries travel to the city, and rush to visit this Imam. However, I did not know why” the Japanese tourist reiterated.
“I was very interested to see this holy place, which all wish to see it in their hearts in person. Thus, observing the vast population in this place, and indescribable devotion and enthusiasm of people to this Illuminated Court, I was surprised” he expressed.
“The human in all the holy places, feels safe, I also have a good feeling attending this spiritual place, and so far I have not experienced this feeling” the tourist asserted.
“All the museums in the country are beautiful; however, the museum of Astan Quds Razavi, and exquisites and objects of this center are very impressive and unique” Yamaguchi uttered, stating that he visited most of the museums in the country.
“Iranian People are artist and art lovers. In this establishment, we got familiar with the culture and civilization of the country and we found that Iran possesses rich culture and civilization” he remarked.
It should be mentioned that this nine-member group, visited the courtyards and porticos of the Razavi Holy Shrine, and got acquainted with architecture and patterns in tiles used in the Razavi Holy Shrine. The group also visited the Historical Museum of Razavi Holy Shrine, old doors and burial chambers, museum of stamps and bills.