Around 600, a "female haniwa holding a baby sucker" has been excavated from the Koganezuka tumulus, which is the largest anterior-posterior tumulus in the Odaira tumulus group in Ibaraki Prefecture.

It is common with the breast-feeding goddess statues of each country that have been seen since ancient times.

The symbol of the statue of the goddess breastfeeding the child was found in the lower part of Sabagios's hand.

The next image is a full-scale model. The decorative mural painting of the Torazuka Kofun in the front and rear circles of Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture, also has a zigzag pattern on the top and two double circle symbols on the front .


Armor and harnesses have also been excavated from the Torazuka Kofun.