Tomb of Nintoku – World’s Largest Tomb
Emperor Nintoku reigned from 313–399 C.E, as the 16th emperor – according to Japanese Empirical Records..
The tomb is called a Keyhole Tomb – however, this is a misnomer.
Tumbler keys, as used in such a shaped hole, were not invented for another 800 to 1000 years after this tomb was built.
(There are many such tombs inJapan. Nintoku is the largest.)
Where, then, did the unusual shape come from?
Comparison of Nintoku Tomb and Pot of Manna – a Sacred treasure of ancient Israel
According to the Bible, the Pot of Manna is in the Lost Ark of the Covenant, which, until present, has not been found.
(Images from book “Ancient gods of Japan Spring from God of Israel”, by Koji Soma)