Amina, when you point to Autism being a side effect of vaccinations, you are not only promoting a claim that has largely not been proven, but it also suggests that having an Autistic child is somehow worse than having a dead child.
This is a stance that many in the Autistic(and mental health) community find incredibly offensive.
Moreover, since 2007 there have been over 6200 deaths from preventable diseases that were ignored largely because of the anti-vaccination movement.
Since you are using Japan as an example, please consider that Autism rates continued to rise after the ban(it was 1993 not 95), which would suggest that the increase in autism has more to do with ability to diagnose the disease rather than having a connection with vaccinations.
It should also be noted that since 1998(when there was a falsified report by Lancet) the number of measles cases multiplied from 56 all the way up to 1,348 in the UK.
While I do respect your right to raise your children however you want, I urge you to reconsider your position and consider how it is affecting others both socially and health wise.