The moated settlements in the Yayoi period have the nation’s largest scale and contents. It is designated as a national historic spot. Some interesting objects are excavated in the area; a large-sized building with a 80-mat area and a well with a 2m-diameter camphor tree, which was hollowed out to be its well-crib . The columns of the large building turned out to be cut in 52 B.C. by dendrochronological measurement. You can find these historical findings in this park.
|Title||Ｉkegami-Sone Historic Site Park|
|Hours||10：00～17：00（Admission is until 16：30）|
|Closed||Mondays(If Monday falls on a holiday, it is closed the following day)・ Year-end/ New year holidays|
|Address||4-4-13 Ikegami-cho Izumi City|
|Access||6-minute walk from Shinodayama station on JR Hanwa Line