"The Inooka hill beside the Kizu River is a treasure trove of tumuli. The Kurumazuka tumulus is a giant key-hole shaped burial mound from the latter half of the 4th century. In the circular section there is a stone pit and a stone bearing an inscription of the name of the tumulus: ""Kami no Eba-no Miko Kofun."" The following tumuli can also be found in this area: the Yakushi-yama kofun , the Gorogoro-yama kofun, the Amida-yama kofun, and the Tozuka kofun, among others. The gravestone of Anayama Baisetsu, a famous military commander from the Warring States period (1467-1568) is also here. This is because Baisetsu was attacked by brigands and died here during the Disturbance of Honnou Temple (1582) when he became separated from Tokugawa Ieyasu."