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Nine Tumulus Built in 5th-7th Century AD

Partial archaeological excavations have found that Inariyama Tumulus belongs to an important lord... read more

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9 Great Ancient Burial Mounds are waiting for you!

Kofun - the Anceint Burial Mounds are the tombs of the powerful people. In this park, you can see 9... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2018
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“9 Great Ancient Burial Mounds are waiting for you!”
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Gyoda, Saitama Prefecture
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Partial archaeological excavations have found that Inariyama Tumulus belongs to an important lord or owake who served Wakatakeru no Ookimi. Wakatakeru inscribed in the iron sword buried in the tumulus is also known as Emperor Yuryaku (21st Emperor according to the official genealogy), who was...More

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Reviewed 2 January 2018

Kofun - the Anceint Burial Mounds are the tombs of the powerful people. In this park, you can see 9 Kofun founded during the 5th to the 7th centuries. You can climb to the tops of 2 Kofun among them, Maruhakayama and Inariyama. Walking around...More

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Reviewed 26 November 2016

This is something for people who are interested in Japans early history. The Kofun park has a number of 5th/6th century burial mounds with a small museum and reconstructed burila chamber. The peculiar keyhole shape which is unique to Japan can be observed here. It...More

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I used JR line to Gyoda and picked up a free bicycle from the tourist information.
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