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Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Mozu Furuichi Kofungun of Sakai

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20. August. 2019

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On terraced land overlooking Osaka Bay are a number of keyhole shaped tombs known as Mozu Furuichi Kofungun. They’re the largest kofun in the country and are believed to date from the late 4th to early 6th centuries. Visitors can walk or cycle around the site while gaining an insight into the history of the kofun and their consideration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mozu Furuichi Kofungun

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