Chikatsu Asuka Fudoki-No-Oka Historical Park
Chikatsu Asuka Fudoki-No-Oka Histrical Park is in the southern part of Osaka Prefecture and has one of the best collections of kofun, tumuli, in Japan. There are over 200 mounds including four imperial tombs, the site of the tomb of Prince Shotoku and the tomb of Ono-no-Imoko. This area was an important location during early Japanese history.
Ichisuka tumulus cluster the JDistant view of Ichisuka tumulus cluster the J/ circa 6th to 7th centuries
Ichisuka tumulus cluster the BIchisuka tumulus cluster the B -at excavation/ circa 6th to 7th centuries
Ichisuka Sue pottery kiln cluster No,3 and No,4cf. Ichisuka Sue pottery kiln cluster No,2/circa 5th century A.D.
Ichisuka tumulus cluster No,B9In House-shaped sarcophagi (Reproduction)/ circa 6th century A.D.
Ichisuka tumulus cluster No,D4Entrance of the burial chamber
Sight from the burial chamber
Park OfficePark Office, Information
Exhibition space (House-shaped sarcophagi made by assembly/Circa 6th century A.D./Ichisuka tumulus cluster No,O5)
Bus StopHan'nan-Neopolis Bus stop