Jomon era clay figures are considered to be Japan's oldest art. Embroidered and framed, they will look adorable side by side decorating a wall or shelve. "Shakouki Dogu" wears what seems like a sunscreen glasses. He is one of the most famous clay figures found in Kamegaoka ruin. *Clay figures found in Japan northeast region are gently carved with exaggerated breasts and buttocks to represent females forms. Many theories on its usages like Goddess, Worship Doll, Lucky charms to wear, Toys for children, Scapegoats at rituals and Fetish.■Product
Size / 6cm×5cm
Material / Plastic
Made in Japan
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