Hakuchoryo Kofun is a keyhole-shaped mounded tomb constructed in the southern part of the Furuichi area.
The mound length is 200 m, and the height of the square part is 23.3 m.
During the excavations, cylindrical haniwa (earthenware funerary sculptures) arranged without gaps were excavated from the first-tier terrace. Sue ware (stoneware) seems to have been placed atop the projection, offering a glimpse of the rituals that were performed there.
The construction period dates to the second half of the 5th century.