Daisen Park is in Sakai Osaka, between the Daisenryo Kofun and the Kamiishizu Misanzai Kofun. Daisen Park covers 35 ha and features a traditional Japanese gardens, 400 cherry Read more [...]
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 tsukuridashi at the western narrow part, is the third largest keyhole shaped burial mound in Japan. Misanzai Kofun is part of the Mozu Tumulus Group, also known as Mozu kofungun, which used to feature over 100 Tumuli, however today only 48 tombs remain. Misanzai Kofun is located in Sakai City Osaka Prefecture.