All Kofun

  • Tsukamawari Kofun

    Tsukamawari Kofun, also known as Tsukamawari Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Tsukamawari Kofun is part of the Mozu Tumulus Group, also known as Mozu kofungun, which used to feature over 100 Tumuli, however today only read more

  • Tatsusayama Kofun

    Tatsusayama Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound, which is approximately 61m long, 26 m wide in the rectangular part and 43m across in round section. Tatsusayama Kofun is located right next to Daisenryo Kofun in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture. Due to its close proximity to the Daisenryo Kofun, it read more

  • Osamezuka Kofun

    Osamezuka Kofun, also known as Osamezuka Tumulus, is a keyhole shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Osamezuka Kofun is part of the Mozu Tumulus Group, also known as Mozu kofungun, which used to feature over 100 Tumuli, however today only read more

  • Nisanzai Kofun

    Nisanzai Kofun, also known as Nisanzai Tumulus, is a keyhole-shaped Kofun, which is 290m long, 156m across the round section and, 224m across the front part and 25m high. Nisanzai Kofun is eighth largest tumulus in Japan and part of the Mozu Tumulus Group, also known as Mozu kofungun, which read more

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    Nagayama Kofun

    Nagayama Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound of Emperor Nagayama, which is approximately 100m long, 68.5 m wide in the rectangular part, 63m across in round section and 10.3m high. Nagayama Kofun, located in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture, still features a narrow moat, stones, clay figures and a tsukuridashi.

  • Misanzai Kofun

    Misanzai Kofun, also known as Ishizuoka Tumulus, Mozuryoyama Tumulus or Richu Kofun, is the keyhole shaped burial mound of Emperor Richu, which is approximately 365m long, 235m wide (25.3m high) in the rectangular part and 205m across (27.6m high) in round section. Misanzai Kofun, which features significant moat with a read more

  • Kitsuneyama Kofun

    Kitsuneyama Kofun, also known as Kitsuneyama Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Kitsuneyama Kofun is part of the Mozu Tumulus Group, also known as Mozu kofungun, which used to feature over 100 Tumuli, however today only read more

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    Magodayuyama Kofun

    Magodayuyama Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound, which is approximately 48m long, 30 m wide in the rectangular part and 44m across in round section. Magodayuyama Kofun is located right next to Daisenryo Kofun in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture. Due to its close proximity to the Daisenryo Kofun, it read more

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    Maruhoyama Kofun

    Maruhoyama Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound, which is approximately 87m long, 40 m wide in the rectangular part and 60m across in round section. Maruhoyama Kofun, located in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture, still features a narrow moat.

  • Itasuke Kofun

    Itasuke Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound, which is approximately 146m long, 99m wide (11.1m high) in the rectangular part and 90m across (12.2m high) in round section. A clay image of a Japanese war helmet and figures were excavated from the Itasuke Kofun. Itasuke Kofun is located in read more