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6. Statuetta (dogu), X-III secolo a.C.. Terracotta, h. 36,1. Tokyo, Museo Nazionale.  Proveniente dal sito di Kabukuri, Tajiri (prefettura di Miyagi), nella regione nord orientale dell’isola di Honshu, questa statuetta esemplifica la variante del “dogu con gli occhiali” (shakoki dogu).

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東京国立博物館 - トーハク

東京国立博物館 - トーハク

Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU". Jomon period. Excavation place / Iwate…

Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU". Jomon period. Excavation place / Iwate…

遮光器土偶:謎に迫る企画展開催 手代森遺跡などから出土 - 毎日新聞

遮光器土偶:謎に迫る企画展開催 手代森遺跡などから出土 - 毎日新聞

埼玉県滝馬室遺跡出土のミミズク土偶                                                                                                                                                                                 もっと見る

埼玉県滝馬室遺跡出土のミミズク土偶 もっと見る

縄文ラプソディー - モリリンチョ その激しくも愉快な日々

縄文ラプソディー - モリリンチョ その激しくも愉快な日々

縄文土偶

by ancient people in a district currently called Japan Dogu (clay figurine) / Jomon Period / B.

C0043534 土偶 - 東京国立博物館 画像検索

C0043534 土偶 - 東京国立博物館 画像検索

There are plenty of examples of aliens in ancient art that clearly depict the fact that UFOs and extraterrestrial beings were around in thos.

土偶・コスモスの画像 | アートテラー・とに~の【ここにしかない美術室】

土偶・コスモスの画像 | アートテラー・とに~の【ここにしかない美術室】

Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU".   B.C.3200 - 2800.   This figurine was unearthed on Kajisawa Miyagi Japan.

- This figurine was unearthed on Kajisawa Miyagi Japan.

I'm not all into that ancient übermedialized (ancient) UFO thing, it's much more complicated than a that. though, to me it does look like it's intricately dressed (space suit ?

遮光器土偶(頭部が解放)

遮光器土偶(頭部が解放)

縄文 土偶 - Google 検索

縄文 土偶 - Google 検索

遮光器土偶 [時代] 縄文晩期 [出土地] 宮城県遠田郡田尻町恵比須田遺跡

遮光器土偶 [時代] 縄文晩期 [出土地] 宮城県遠田郡田尻町恵比須田遺跡

jomon figure from prehistoric Japan...circa 12000 years old...thought to be a dogu, a type of talisman

The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures - Incipient Jomon B. They produced deep pottery cooking containers with pointed bottoms and rudimentary cord markings—among the oldest examples of pottery known in the world.

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