|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Japan | Hokkaido | Biratori|
Ita (イタ). This wooden plate would have held food as an offering to the gods. Plates with engravings are thought to be older than those without any decoration.
|Credit Line||Gift of Dr. Hiram M. Hiller, 1901|
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