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The Kofun period is named after the tomb mounds that were built for members of the ruling class. The practice of building sepulchral mounds and burying treasures with the dead was transmitted to Japan from China about the third century A.D. In the late 4th-5th century, mounds of monumental proportions were built in great numbers, symbolizing the increasingly unified power of the government. In the late fifth century, power fell to the Yamato clan.

Lentes eólicas Este nuevo concepto de aerogenerador ha sido desarrollado por Yuji Ohya, profesor de la Universidad de Kyushu.

別府温泉の旅館(大分) Japanese inn at Beppu hot spring, Oita, Japan

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