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Emperor Ojin's Tomb

Japan, 583-0857 6-chome, Konda, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture

The largest ancient tomb in Japan, boasting its splendor The Mozu-Furuichi Kofun Group is a group of ancient tombs that spreads over an area of ​​4km x 4km, with the Mozu area straddling Sakai City and the Furuichi area straddling Habikino City and Fujiidera City. Of the 45 existing tombs in the Furuichi Kofun Group, 26 are part of the World Heritage Site. Among them, the Emperor Ojin's Mausoleum, one of the largest in Japan, blends into the cityscape while retaining its appearance unchanged since ancient times, overflowing with the romance of ancient times.

Language 日本語
Last Update : 2024.05.02   Osaka Habikino Tourism Bureau

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