[National Treasure] Excavated from Osatsube Town, Hakodate City in Hokkaido. Found in a potato field. Nicknamed "Kakku". height 41.5 cm, width 20.1 cm, and the weight is 1.7 kg, which is the largest hollow clay figurine ever found. Some "Dogu" (Clay figures) were made hollow. Collection of Hakodate Jomon Culture Exchange Center.
omon era clay figures gently carved with exaggerated breasts and buttocks to represent females. Many theories on its usage, religious, spiritual purpose or even toys for children. Made over 10,000 years in Jomon period (14000-400 BC). In this series we celebrate the Jomon era and the starting point of Japanese art.■Product
Size / 2.5cm x 5cm
Material / Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon
Made in Japan
This patch Stick-on and Iron-on too.■Attention
Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.
〈How to iron on this patch〉 ※The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials, be careful of heat-sensitive materials. ※Take care of hot iron burns.