Sightseeing InformationTHINGS TO DO

Scattered about on a plateau measuring 2km east to west and 4km south to north are roughly 311 keyhole-shaped, round and flat-topped burial mounds. Large-scale excavations first began in the early days of the Taisho period (1912-1926) and discoveries of note-worthy archaeological importance were found. Presently, these burial mounds are preserved and managed as a special historical park.

Central parts of Miyazaki Enjoy the beauty of nature

Saitobaru Kofungun

Saitobaru, Saito-shi, Miyazaki-ken
Tours are free. Fee required for classroom use.

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