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Ritto Archaeological Center right next to the Wada Tumuli. 栗東市出土文化財センター
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Wada Tumuli is the group of nine small tumuli in Ritto. 和田古墳群 MAP
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Tumulus No. 5 with a reconstructed chamber made of stone in Ritto.
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Tumulus No. 5 with a reconstructed chamber made of stone.
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Tumulus No. 5
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Tumulus No. 5 with a reconstructed chamber made of stone.
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Tumulus No. 5 with a reconstructed chamber made of stone.
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Tumulus No. 5 with a reconstructed chamber made of stone (looking out).
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The tumuli in Ritto are estimated to have been built during the 6th to 7th centuries.
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Tumulus No. 1 at the top of the slope.
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Most of the tumuli are just dirt mounds with no chamber opened for inspection.
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The archeological museum and tumuli on right, at the foot of My. Anyoji.
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Inside the Ritto Archaeological Center. 栗東市出土文化財センター
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Many items found in and around the tumuli.
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Inside the Ritto Archaeological Center. 栗東市出土文化財センター
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Beads
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Earrings
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How jewelry was worn.
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Workers restore unearthed artifacts.
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