Khezhakeno is a village in the Phek District of Nagaland, India. It is a historical village of the Nagas. It is located at an elevation of 1660 meters (5,450 ft) above sea level and shares its border with the Manipur state in the south. The village is 48 km from the state capital Kohima via NEC Viswema-Kidima-Zuketsa road and is 23 km away from its sub-divisional headquarter Pfutsero. Tso Tawo at Khezhakeno village is a flat stone called Tso Tawo which had been believed by the forefathers that if a basket of paddy is parched in the sun, it generates double fold.