26. Nakatsuhime-no-mikoto-ryo Kofun

Nakatsuhime-no-mikoto-ryo Kofun is a keyhole-shaped mounded tomb, which was constructed at the highest point of the plateau.

The mound length is 290 m, and the height of the round rear part is 26.2 m, making it the second largest in the Furuichi area. The mound is surrounded by a narrow, steeply dug moat and a wide bank, from which representational haniwa (earthenware funerary sculptures) have been excavated.

The construction period dates to the second half of the 4th century.

Walk 7 minutes to the southwest from Hajinosato Station, or 16 minutes to the west from Domyoji Station, on the Kintetsu Railway Minami-Osaka Line.