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francantolin 21st January 2021 10:19 AM

Chinese-Japanese ''monster'' statue ?
 
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Hello dear members,

I wanted to show you this statue-bowl,
it seems pretty old ,
First I thought it was a bull or a big cat,:confused:

I don't know exactly what it is, a devil ? monster ?
Yokai if it's japanese...

I wanted first put candy inside but not sure...:D
Does anybody know were it come from and what it represents ?

Kind regards !!

kronckew 21st January 2021 01:16 PM

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It's a cat taking a dump. :D

Humorous Meji era Japanese writing brush washing pot.

You could use it for storing kitty snacks, but I'd wash it thoroughly first. ;)

francantolin 21st January 2021 05:47 PM

Hello Kronckew,
thank you for you comment,
yes it looks japanese, thank you for the Meiji era.

yes maybe a cat on stero´ds :D

francantolin 23rd February 2021 04:52 PM

Hello,

like a puzzle, found the character seated on it, ( incense burner...)

the clue is Kintaro !

No cat or rat on steroids, It is a bear !! :) :p

francantolin 23rd February 2021 04:53 PM

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japanese stylised bear...

kronckew 23rd February 2021 06:38 PM

Aha! Showing the seated rider would have obviated the Neko theory.


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