The Mori Shogun Tsuka Kofun in Nagano Prefecture is a 100-meter-long front-rear burial mound, and you can also see Haniwa. A haniwa is a cylinder, doll, animal, etc. made of haniwa, which is buried around the tomb ..

The side of the Gousu-shaped haniwa of the Mori Shogun Tsukako Tomb in the image on the left is surrounded by a zigzag pattern, so there are countless triangular holes. Zigzag patterns were also found on the stone pillars of Gobeklitepe in Turkey. In other words, this haniwa is also designed with a common symbol.

Haniwa has various designs.

Bronze mirrors have also been excavated from ancient burial mounds all over Japan. The image below is a mirror of the Kanisawa tumulus in Gunma prefecture, which also has a zigzag pattern around it.

In this way, the front-rear burial mound has a design similar to Tanit, with a stone chamber of megaliths that are dolmens, a zigzag pattern of haniwa and a bronze mirror, and is made with a symbol of Emptiness.