■商品コード T-02903■
Itayanagi Dogu             
 w15 cm x 20 cm long x 11 cm thick
 Product Code T-02903
 (Box sold separately)
 paulownia box
 Inroku style

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  • この板柳出土土偶は、非常に精工に作られています。
  • 愛称は「シャコボー」です。
  • This Kamegaoka Shading Device Dogu is very elaborately made.
    His nickname is "Shakobo".
  • It is good to put it near your office.
    Itayanagi Dogu says that it purifies and heals you and your surroundings.
  • 価格は、「本体価格」表記です。別途、消費税が加算されます。                         
  • 長年にわたり、制作活動を中止しておりましたが、この度再開できることになりました。
  • Prices are listed in "Unit Price". A separate sales tax will be added to the price.                         
  • I have stopped working on this project for many years, but I am now ready to start again.
    We will be able to deliver it in about two months even if we don't have it in stock.
    Please inquire about past Dogu artworks.
 【土偶(ウィキペディア)】 こちらを参考に。
  • 現在までに出土している土偶は大半が何らかの形で破損しており、故意に壊したと思われるものも多い。特に、脚部の一方のみを故意に破壊した例が多い。そのため、祭祀などの際に破壊し、災厄などを祓うことを目的に作成されたという説がある。
  • その他、用途に関しては、生命の再生、神像(女神像を含む)、精霊の像、呪物、お守り(護符)など様々な説がある。子供の玩具やお守りであったとする説、破壊することで身体の悪い所の快癒を祈ったとする説、ばらばらになるまで粉砕された土偶はそれを大地にばら撤くことが豊穣の祈念を意味したとする説などもある。
  • 土偶(最狭義)は、人または人型の霊的存在を、こねた土で造形表現し、素焼きで焼成している。
【clay figurine
  • Most of the clay figurines that have been excavated to date have been damaged in some way, and are thought to have been broken on purpose. There are also many cases. In particular, there are many cases where only one of the legs was intentionally destroyed. Some say that they were destroyed during rituals to exorcise misfortune.
    Most clay figurines are deformed to look like the human body and emphasize the reproductive functions of women in particular, so they are presumed to have been used to pray for safe births and high fertility.
  • Other uses include regeneration of life, statues of gods (including goddesses), images of spirits, curses, amulets (protection), and ) and many other theories. The theory that they were children's toys or amulets, the theory that they were destroyed to pray for the healing of a bad part of the body, the theory that they were The clay figurines were smashed to pieces and scattered to the ground as a prayer for a good harvest. Some theories include.
    These clay figures were very often found dumped at village garbage dumps, supporting the theory that the purpose of the clay figures was to destroy them from the start.
    Another theory advanced by the archaeologist Mizuno Masayoshi is that the Jomon feared the weakening of the sun during the winter months, and that the rituals of Dogu were conducted mainly in winter.
  • Dogu (in the narrowest sense) is a form of human or human-shaped spiritual entity, which is shaped and represented with kneaded clay and fired without firing.
    Overall, they are shaped to resemble the human body, but abstract expressions are very noticeable on the head, body, hands and feet.
    However, there are many concrete expressions of specific areas and conditions, such as the breasts, midline, pregnant abdomen, female genitalia and buttocks.