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Yoshimi Hundred Caves|CHOCOTABI SAITAMA


Sightseeing spot

Western AreaYoshimi Town

Yoshimi Hundred Caves

The Yoshimi Hundred Caves is a horizontal hole tomb built at the end of the Kofun period (late 6th to late 7th century) and was designated as a national historic site in 1918.
It is a historic site that represents Yoshimi Town, and there are currently 219 horizontal holes that have been confirmed.
Each hole consists of two parts, a narrow passage, and a burial chamber. In some of the holes, you can also find the natural monument luminous moss growing.

Historical and Cultural facilities

Basic Information

Tourist spot name
Yoshimi Hundred Caves
324 Kitayoshimi, Yoshimi-cho, Hiki-gun, Saitama Prefecture
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Business hours / Fee

Business hours
8: 30-17: 00 (admission is until 16:30)
Junior high school students and above: 300 yen, Elementary school students: 200 yen, Under elementary school age: Free


Public transport
Get off at "Higashi Matsuyama Station" on the Tobu-Tojo Line → About 5 minutes on the Kawagoe Sightseeing Bus bound for "License Center" → Get off at "Hyakuana Iriguchi" and walk for about 5 minutes
Get off at "Konosu Station" on the JR Takasaki Line → Approximately 25 minutes on the Kawagoe Sightseeing Bus bound for "Higashi Matsuyama Station" → Approximately 5 minutes on foot from "Hyakketsu Iriguchi"
Kan-Etsu Expressway Higashimatsuyama I.C. About 5km from to Konosu
Ken-O Expressway Kawajima I.C. About 8km from Higashimatsuyama
About 10km from Konosu Tenjin 2-chome intersection toward Higashimatsuyama from Route 17
(Turn right at the Kumeda intersection)
Approximately 240 units (large size possible) Free

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