Sacred ‘Maguro-ishi’ (lit. ‘Deep black stone’) as a type of art of Japanese ‘Suiseki’ of ‘Kamuy kotan seki’ from the canyon called ‘Kamuy-kotan’ (‘Whereabouts of God’ in the Ainu language) in the western part of Asahikawa city in Hokkaido prefecture. Abstract figure of the God (‘Kamuy’=’Kami’) from every single angle, with no processing by human hands. Attached with a wooden stand carved for such natural form of the bottom for its stability.
Total: approx. H 16cm (6.29in)