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Terracotta figurines were traditionally placed on the tombs of powerful rulers in ancient Japan. These were on display in the Tokyo National Museum and are understood to depict dancers. For me, these were fun little sculptures to come across, and the eyes and mouths were my favorite! For being dated from the 6th century, I found them to be relatively modern in design.

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