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Saitobaru Kofun-gun (Saitobaru Burial Mounds)

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More than 300 burial mounds are dotted around this large area, which measures 2.6 km east to west, and 4.2 km north to south. Most of these have not been excavated, and so have been preserved in their natural state.
Currently, this area is protected and managed as a Special Historic Site.
In addition, as a hub of information about Hyuga Province in ancient times, overflowing with romance, the Saitobaru Archaeological Museum located on the site welcomes many visitors.

Street address

(Saitobaru) Oaza Miyake, Saito City

Access

  • On foot
    1 minute on foot from Saitobaru Kokohakubutsukan-mae bus stop

Opening Hours

Saitobaru Archaeological Museum
10:00 to 18:00

Closed

Open throughout the year
(Saitobaru Archaeological Museum is closed on Mondays, the New Year holiday, and the day after a national holiday)

Fee

Website

Best season

All year

Point

In addition to its academic value, Saitobaru Kofun-gun is famous for the flowers in the park, representative of Miyazaki.
繧ケ繝昴ャ繝亥錐

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