- Date: c. 3rd-4th century CE
- Japanese: 箸墓古墳 (Hashihaka kofun)
The site is said to be possibly the grave of Yamato Totohi Momoso-hime, a figure from the Nihon shoki. Other theories suggest that Hashihaka is the grave of Himiko, and/or that Himiko and Totohi Momoso-hime were the same person.
- Gallery labels, Model of Hashihaka Burial Mound, National Museum of Japanese History.