It is a bronze bell-shaped vessel likely from the Yayoi period (from mid 3rd century BC to mid 3rd century AD).
Beautifully rhythmical flowing water pattern.
Often depicted alongside flowers and landscape illustrations, the flowing water pattern comes in a wide variety.
Among others, Kanzemizu is a characteristic pattern of Noh Kanze-ryu Iemoto.
Kenzemizu waves are spiral.
As vortices have no beginning or end, they symbolize perpetuity and immortality.
It stands for "health and longevity"
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Country of Manufacture Japan material 100% cotton 30 count yarn used weight Approx. 35g washing When washing use a mild detergent.