Mr. Banjiro was a Japanese businessman who passed by in Hoi An. His tomb is located near the road from the ancient town to An Bang beach and still retains traces of the original construction from the 17th century. The tombstone dates back to 1665.
Behind the grave is a cement stele engraved with Japanese characters, the content is as follows: "In the 3rd year of Chieu Hoa (1928) at the proposal of literary professor Kuroita Katsumi, the Japanese collective resided in Indochina. (now Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos) asked Mr. Nakayama to be in charge of supervising the repair of this tomb". Recently, Hoi An has continued to carefully maintain this tomb. The monument was ranked as a national monument in 1991.