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Inaba Cow

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The saddle of Inaba beef has a square ring crest. It was used as the family crest of Tottori feudal lord Ikeda. The meaning of the square ring is not clear, but it is said to represent the two provinces of Inaba, which are the "Inaba no Kuni" and "Hoki no Kuni" that make up the Tottori clan.

With wheels on the base and a head that moves. each one is hand carved and painted in a small workshop.


w.24cm × d.10cm × h.11cm

Please note that the colouring will bleed if you touch it with wet hands or wipe it with water. * Due to the nature of the product, avoid direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity.



Tottori is the capital city of Tottori Prefecture in the Chūgoku region of Japan.

If you walk about 100m north of Kannonin Garden (a nationally designated scenic spot), you will find their craft shop just halfway between the shrine and the Nikko Toshogu Shrine (built in 1650 by soliciting the spirit of Nikko Toshogu).

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