Japan's Asahi TV channel reported on September 21 that a man lost consciousness after setting himself on fire. Near Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's office.
This man was admitted to the hospital with wounds all over his body. A policeman was injured trying to put out the fire.
A letter opposing the funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was found nearby.
Information about the incident is still under investigation.
Previously, the Japanese government announced that it will hold a national memorial service for Mr. Abe on September 27. According to Prime Minister Kishida, the former Prime Minister Abe's achievements in Japan's politics, economy and diplomacy are the reasons for State parade ceremony.
According to the calculations of the Japanese government released on September 6, the cost of the national funeral of the former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be about 1.65 billion yen (about 12 million USD). The Japanese government said the security costs incurred to protect more than 6,000 international visitors, including Many heads of state.