The Mozu- Furuichi Kofun Group
Mounded Tombs

百舌鳥・古市古墳群

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Sightseeing

The First UNESCO World Heritage Site in Osaka

The Mozu-Furuichi Kofun Group, is a group of mound tombs, located in the southern park of Osaka, built about 1,600 years ago, was registered as a World Heritage Site in July, 2019. Several large and small mound tombs can be found in the area, including the world’s largest royal tomb, the Nintoku Emperor Tomb with a mound length of 486m. Visit the site and experience the history and size of these tombs.

大阪最初的世界遺產

“位於大阪的南部,約於1600年前被建造的墳墓群「Mozu-Furuichi Kofun* Group」,令和元年7月時已被登錄為世界遺產。世界最大的王墓,以仁德天皇陵古墳(墳丘長486m)為首,大小多數的古墳集結在一起。請您務必親臨現場來體驗那種雄偉壯觀的場面。

※Kofun:mounded tombs”

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