Rio's Info on Wakayama City
Photo Collection of Kii-fudoki-no-oka Museum
A haniwa clay figure of a bird spreading its wings.
A haniwa clay figure of a quiver.
A haniwa clay figure of a man who has two faces.
You can enter some of the stone burial chambers freely.
These stone chambers were made around 1,500 years ago.
The park area has a popular walking course.
The park area has also a nature walk in the forest.
There are four relocated Japanese traditional houses in the park area.
You will see various traditional tools in the houses.