Shakōkidogū

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The Shakōkidogū are Japanese figurines dating back to the Jōmon era.

Artifact

Context

Pseudoarchaeology and Deconstruction

Pseudoarchaeological Narrative

Deconstruction

Torso is most important in representing a human, not the face.[1]
  1. Sumioka, H., Koda, K., Nishio, S., Minato, T., & Ishiguro, H. (2013). Revisiting ancient design of human form for communication avatar: Design considerations from chronological development of Dogū. Presented at The 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Gyeongju, South Korea, 26-29 August 2013. IEEE.