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Izena Dunch Tomb
The Izena Dunch Tomb holds the remains of the Izena Family, the Sojito (feudal lord) of both Izena and Iheya islands. Located in the site of the Mekaru tomb remains, this Kameko-baka tomb (turtleback tomb), differs greatly in its size and form in comparison with other tombs.
This tomb was built by digging out three surfaces in a small hill, and the dug-out soil was used to form the tomb yard. With an area of 660m2, it is one the largest Kameko-baka tomb within Okinawa Prefecture. Among the tombs found in the prefecture, this tomb is preeminent in its scale and the construction techniques, and was built following the principles of Taoism (Feng Shui).
The stonewalls that surround the tomb yard were built using the Aikata-zumi (hexagonally aligned stacking) technique, and at its corners are Sumi-kashira (protrusion) stones, reminding us of residences of the senior Ryukyuan aristocracy. The entrance to the premises has two gates, a main gate and an inner gate, and the crank-shaped entrance is built this way to not let the Yanakazi (negative energy) hit the tomb directly.
On the left-hand side upon entering the tomb yard through the inner gate, it a hole made by stacked stones. This hole was made to dispose of tools and other items used for funeral rites. On the right-hand side when facing the tomb, is a small shrine dedicated to worship Hijai, one of the goddesses of land.
Inside of the tomb, the ceiling is arch-shaped, and there is a three-tier shelf on the wall at the far end and on the walls on both sides are one-tier shelves. Furthermore, close to the entrance of the tomb chamber, is Shiruhirahidukuru (space for placing the remains before washing the bones), where a space to place the coffin appears by removing stones from the floor surface.
A tomb with such sophisticated finish to its interior and exterior cannot be seen in any other place in Okinawa Prefecture.
The exterior of this tomb suggests that it was built during the 18th century. The Kameko-baka tomb was introduced from the southern regions of China during the 17th century and spread among senior Ryukyuan aristocrats and became established as an independent style in Okinawa during the 18th century. This tomb reflects the era of its construction in its distinct characteristics.
Placed here March, 2009
Naha City Board of Education


auto-translate 泽娜 Dunch 墓
Izena Dunch 墓举行 Izena 家庭,Sojito (封建领主) 的 Izena 和伊平屋岛的遗迹。位于 Mekaru 墓遗骸的站点,此龟子 baka 墓 (龟甲墓),大不相同大小及其与其他的墓葬形式。
这座陵墓建成由挖掘出一座小山,三面,挖出的土被用来形成墓院子里。面积为 660 平方米,它是一个最大的龟子 baka 墓在冲绳县内。茔在专区发现,这座陵墓是卓越在其规模和施工技术,并建成后道教 (风水) 的原则。
石墙的环绕墓围场被建成使用 Aikata 租米 (六边形排列堆叠) 技术,和在它的角落都晕染-希拉 (突出) 石头,提醒我们的高级琉球贵族的住宅。楼宇入口处有两个门,正门和内浇口,和形曲柄入口建立这种方式不直接让 Yanakazi (负能量) 击中墓。
在进入墓院子内大门左手边,它一个洞由石头堆砌而成。这个洞了处置工具和其他物品用于丧葬礼俗。在右边时面临的墓,是土地的一个小神龛致力于崇拜 Hijai,女神之一。
在墓中,天花板是拱状,还有三层书架上墙尽头和两侧的墙壁上是一层的货架。此外,入口附近的墓室,是 Shiruhirahidukuru (洗骨头前放置遗骸的空间),在此处放置棺材通过石头清除地板表面的显示位置。
这座陵墓的外表表明,它 18 世纪建成。龟甲 baka 墓被介绍了从南部地区的中国,17 世纪时和高级琉球贵族间的传播和在 18 世纪成为了建立作为一种独立的风格,在冲绳岛。这座陵墓反映了其鲜明的特征及其建设的时代。
2009 年 3 月,放在这里

伊是名殿内の墓は、伊是名・伊平屋両島の総地頭家(上流士族)、伊是名家 の墓です。銘苅墓地群の中にあって他の墓とは、その規模・造形ながど大いに異なる亀甲墓 です。


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