Onaru Burial Mounds
Located on a high plateau that looks down upon Tateiwa Rock, the Onaru burial mounds are a series of 13 tombs dug into the hillside. Volcanic rocks from the Tateiwa Rock were used to line the tombs and construct the roofs. These ancient tombs were built from the end of the 6th century to the beginning of the seventh. During the spring, white wasabi flowers (Japanese horseradish) bloom across this area.
Onaru is located at a plateau above the ocean, with a view of Tateiwa Rock. In the summer, the white flowers of Japanese white horseradish bloom across this entire area.
Nearby Points of Interest:
Kyogamisaki Lighthouse – Sightseeing Spot
Takano Shrine – Cultural Sightseeing Spot
Tango Onsen Hashiudo-so – Hot Spring
Ajikobo Hisami – Restaurant
Heshiko Factory HISAMI – Souvenir Shop
Tenki Tenki Tango – Souvenir Shop & Restaurant
Tateiwa & Nochigahama Beach – Beach & Campsite
Tenkitenki Mura Auto-campsite – Car Camping
- 820 Tangocho Takano, Kyōtango, Kyoto 627-0221