Yoshimi Hyakuana Tombs, Yoshimi-machi

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#1 of 6 in Historic Sites in Hiki-gun
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  • Look at articles my blog friend, Nico Nico douga, I take interest. Open multiple holes in the cave tomb of national cultural heritage. You can even before World War II munitions plant trail, approximately 500 m tunnel. Comment actually did so was hoping you can see also the natural habitat of Luminus Moss was normal. I might be disappointed if this main tourist came to.
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  • A strange sight opens holes on the surface of a mountain river. Entrance fee is required to go near. One's chest hole is actually ancient graves. Trails and climb to the top of the mountain overlooking the town and Observatory. Shop souvenirs and local stuff to eat and tea and just be. Big hollow is a wartime munitions factory mark. Cool even in the summer, a mysterious feel. Famous is pondering, but to the ancient Romans, soothing natural spot.
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  • In that many holes are free of tuff Rock by a strange impression at first glance. 219 the number of holes and said, in Japan as such remains. Often at the entrance of the hole is approximately 1 meter in diameter, inside a little wider. In a collective tomb instead of the structure while Hill was built in the late Kofun period (6th century - 7th century), and piled up dirt mounds of many of the other has just one Sen, dug up many meters from the surface of the rock around the (counterpart to the tomb) was built. The pedestal-like structure similar to the Tomb, many holes here was placed in a coffin. The pedestal is by the hole more than one, are considered like this hole was buried in the family unit. Plate lid around the entrance holes has step-shaped structure, made of green schist stone here had been seated. That chased burial and pedestal structure of multiple fit into holes of the same, and this later hole opening and closing easily and is considered. By the position of the holes of an orderly, irregular and have difference in each place. The irregular relatively early, orderly lined up where thought and was built in the late. Have freely entered most holes, you can see the destruction of archaeological sites was performed by mindless. There is a hole at the bottom of the Rocky Mountains, and naturally luminous Moss Luminous Moss in the Kanto basin Habitat is very valuable, and the specified Yoshimi 100 hole luminous Moss originated as a natural monument in the country. Have a pot hole that grows wild in recent years, dryness advances, significant decrease in luminous Moss in a hole filled with water to keep the humidity protection. The iron-barred window and put into the hole that grows naturally luminous Moss cannot enter. Yayoi pottery found in the University of Tokyo students Tsuboi shogoro society founded in 1884 (0/1884). Tsuboi became a graduate student seeking Yoshimi 100 holes excavated as part of the graduation thesis in 1887 (0/1887), and assisted by locals in peers, regional historian Negishi Wu Shang excavation. Yoshimi 100 holes of the early days of archaeology and anthropology in Japan, Tsuboi in the central figure of the offended.
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