According to words of mouth, In the 17th century, Giwanno, Giwanna and their son Miguel were living in Yamazato Villege, Urakami. They were Christian farmers. Most of people in Urakami were Christians, and the family was chosen for the show execution. They were tortured by the water in front of their house and executed by burning Nakano-machi. The village people picked the ashes and buried in graveyard. Even while Christianity was prohibited, they prayed for Beatrix.