Take in the view! You can walk to the top of this keyhole-shaped kofun.
Komuroyama Kofun is a 150-meter-long keyhole-shaped kofun (mounded tomb) built in the late 4th century. Access is permitted to the top of the mound. This is where rows of cylindrical haniwa (clay figures) and haniwa in the shape of houses, shields, and helmets have been found. Because the kofun is situated high on the plateau, it offers a spectacular view. Depending on the season, plum blossoms, cherry blossoms, and autumn foliage can also be enjoyed.