Mano Goryo Mausoleum
A resting place of Emperor Juntoku, who passed away despite aspiring to return to Kyoto
Mano Goryo Mausoleum is the official cremation mound of Emperor Juntoku. Emperor Juntoku was forced into exile on Sado when he lost the Jokyu Disturbance. After twenty-two years, he passed away in 1242, at the age of forty-six. His body was cremated the following day, and trees of pine and cherry were planted on the site to mark that which is the present-day cremation mound. His ashes were returned to Kyoto the following year. They were buried near the imperial graveyard of his father, Emperor Gotoba. The cremation mound is handled as an imperial mausoleum under the management of the Imperial Household Agency. The nearby Manogu Shrine enshrines Emperor Juntoku.
- Heritage and Relics
- 457 Mano, Sado, Niigata 952-0313
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 40 by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Mano Goryou Iriguchi（Ogi Line） Approx. 10 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Cars：50, Buses：30
Points of interest near Mano Goryo Mausoleum
- Gift Shops
Mano Kanko Centre
Mano Kanko Centre is located next to Mano Imperial Mausoleum, and houses a variety of Sado specialties, such as ...
Stone Cuddling Plum (Ishidaki no Ume)
This plum tree can be found in the garden of a privately-owned house located en route to Mano Gogyo Mausoleum. T...
- Museums, Art Galleries and Resource Centres
- Gift Shops
Sado Rekishi Densetsukan
Full-size robots intriguingly tell of the history and legends of Sado. On the first floor, famous scenes with hi...