「National Asuka History Park / Ishibutai（Stone Stage） area」
Within the district there is one of the country's largest stone-scene stage tombs,
Lawn open space which took advantage of surrounding gentle terraced landform,
Asuka-style stage (multipurpose rest area) shops that can be used for events are also available.
The stone stage tomb (the end of the 6th century to the early 7th century), which is said to be the tomb of Soga no Umako, is one of the largest weirs in Japan, and the total weight of 30 rocks is about 2300t.
2 to 4th sheet:Ishibutai（stone stage）
「Ishibutai（Stone Stage）」 Open:8:30～Close:17:00
Adults: 300 (250 yen)
High school student-elementary school student:100 (50) yen
() Are group rates (more than 30 people)
According to the legend, when the Nara basin area was a lake, the former wins as a result of the battle between Toma snakes on the opposite bank and catfishes in Kawahara, and as a result of sucking the water, the area of Kawahara dries up, and the turtles of the lake Everyone has died. Villagers who thought about this were said to have created a "turtle stone" and donated.
Also, it is said that Kameishi first turned north, but then turned east. And now it is facing southwest, but it is reported that going to the west and picking up Toma, the Nara Basin will turn into a sea of mud.
108 Kawahara ,Asuka-mura,Takachi-gun, Nara Prefecture 634-0141
The official name is called "Buttou Zanjouguu Ouin Bodai Temple", and the principal image is Prince Shotoku and Nyoirin Kannon.
The name Tachibana-Temple stems from the fact that it was planted by Tjimamori, who went to get immortalized fruits by the life of the Emperor Suinin, and brought the fruits of Tachibana.
The precincts include the main hall and the Kannon Hall, as well as the Oujouin and the two-faced stone.
The ceiling picture dedicated to 260 points by contemporary artists in the Oujouin is a masterpiece.
532 Tachibana Asukamura Takaichi-gun, Nara Prefecture 634-0142
Adults and university students: 350 yen
High school and junior high school students: 300 yen
「Burial mound of Emperor Kinmei（Hinokuma no saka Ai no Misasagi） 」
「Kibitsuhime Okimi Tomb・ Monkey Stone」
It is said to be the tomb of Emperor Kinmei, with a total length of about 138m in front.
However, there is also a recent opinion that the Mizemaruyama old burial mound is designated as the Kinmei Emperor.
Before 1895, Saruishi was placed in the tomb of Kibihime.
「National Asuka History Park / Takamatsuzuka area」
Among the 5 districts, as it is closest to Kintetsu Asuka Station on a 7-minute walk, the National Asuka History Park Building is set up as a gateway to Asuka to introduce visitors to historical sites and facilities of Asuka.
There are two burial mounds of Takamatsuzuka and Nakaosan in the park, and there is a mural museum where you can admire a copy of the mural around the Takamatsuzuka grave, which is famous for mural paintings of men and women.
In addition, there is a star hotel plaza with the motif of a star hotel drawn on a mural. ※ 2nd piece = Takamatsuzuka old burial mound
※ 3rd piece = Nakao old burial mound