・A four-sided stone stela with cross designs carved on its surfaces and bearing the inscription “INRI” is on display in Hasami Culture Hall (Wave Hall).
・The stela was found in a hole in a cliff behind residential land, located in Takebetago in the southwestern part of Hasami Town.
・It is made of andesite rock, 48 cm in height, 12 cm in width, and 8 cm in depth. The two sides that are broader in width bear the inscription “INRI,” which means “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews,” and the two sides that are smaller in width have cross designs carved on their surfaces.
・It is highly possible that this was used not as a gravestone, but as a stone stela for prayer.