Hirukawa Kaeru, Japanese Garden Statue
Item description - YO07010130
This Japanese garden statue depicts a frog and is made of Hirukawa stone. In Japanese culture, the frog is seen as a lucky animal because of the Japanese word. Frog is Kaeru (蛙) in Japanese, which has the same pronunciation as the verb to return (帰る). Returning of people and objects is a sign of good fortune, making the frog a lucky animal in Japan. With this in mind, people believe that having a frog ornament on display in the Japanese garden will result in good things happening in the future of the owner of the garden.
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• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan
• Material: Hirukawa Stone (蛭川石)
• Age: Shōwa period
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|YO07010130||15 cm||22 cm||12 cm||Eur Item is Sold|
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