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CJ56 Onigawara (Japanese Ornamental Tile) 鬼瓦
Synopsis'Onigawara are ridge-end roof tile depicting the face of an Oni or Japanese ogre. Since ancient times they've been used as talismans. Today, the designs for Onigawara are not limited to ogres, but include many different designs.
Keyword: roof, tile, archtecture, oni, ogre, talisman, design
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