|Pseudonym reading||Kunakayama, Kotatsu, Kawazokoichika|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||August 28, 1990|
|home page||Gosho No Jomon Park (Introduction of designated cultural assets in Ichinohe town)
Gosho No Jomon Park (Introduction of designated cultural assets in Ichinohe town)
It is the four milestones located between the Midou-Michi Matsuri Ritozuka, which was built on the border between Iwate Town and Ichinohe-cho, and the Nanamichi-ri Ritozuka, which was built on the border between Ichito-cho and Ninohe City.
Of these, the old Nakayama and Kotari Ichirizuka both lacked the eastern mound.
Both Kawasato and Torizuka remain.
Both are round earthen wharf-shaped.
Former Nakayama Isatozuka (West Side Tsuka): Location Ichigo-cho Nakayama Inari Forest 60-3 diameter 11 m 80 cm, height 3 m 50 cm.
Kotari Ichirizuka (West Side Tsuka): Location Ichinocho Small Connective Small 122-1 East-West Diameter 10 m 60 cm, North-South Diameter 11 m 10 cm, Height 2 m 33 cm.
Kawasato Ichitotsuka (east side mound): Location Ichito-cho Kotoriya character Takayashiki 164-1 East-West diameter 10 m, North-South diameter 12 m, height 3 m 50 cm.
Kawasato Ichitorizuka (West Side Mound): Location Ichito-cho Kotogaya shaped Takayashiki 144 East-West diameter 10 m, North-South diameter 7 m, height 3 m 20 cm.