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    Hinotani Kofun

    Hinotani Kofun, also known as Hinotani Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Hinotani 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 [...]

  • Hanzeiryo Kofun

    Hanzeiryo Kofun, also known as Tadeiyama Tumulus or Emperor Hanzei’s tomb, is a keyhole-shaped Kofun, which is 148m long, 76m across the round section and, 110m across the front part and 15m high. Hanzeiryo Kofun is the most northern and seventh largest keyhole shape tumuli of the Mozu Tumulus Group, Read more [...]

  • Gen’emonyama Kofun

    Gen’emonyama Kofun, also known as Gen’emonyama Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Gen’emonyama 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 [...]

  • Gobyoyama Kofun

    Gobyoyama Kofun is the keyhole shaped burial mound, which is approximately 186m long, 119m wide (17.8m high) in the rectangular part and 96m across (18.3m high) in round section. Fukiishi stones and clay figures were excavated from the Gobyoyama Kofun. Gobyoyama Kofun is located in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture.

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    Dongameyama Kofun

    Dongameyama Kofun, also known as Dongameyama Tumulus, is a rectangular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Dongameyama 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 [...]

  • Daianjiyama Kofun

    Daianjiyama Kofun, also known as Daianjiyama Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Daianjiyama 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 [...]

  • Chayama Kofun

    Chayama Kofun, also known as Chayama Tumulus, is a circular shaped burial mound and a subordinate tumulus of Daisenryo Kofun, the largest keyhole-shaped Kofun in Japan. Chayama 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 [...]