Atsushi Tanaka is an award winning wood sculptor known for his charming illustrations of everyday life in Japan. His studio is on a small island off the coast of Shikoku. This wood sculpture, 'Mochitsuki Motarestu' (Teamwork for Mochi Making) shows an elderly couple pounding rice into mochi, a traditional way to celebrate the New Year.
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Made in Japan
Approx. 16" × 8" × 13"
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