|Jomon Period "Dogū" Figurine|
|Name in other languages|
In New Leaf, the statue is displayed in the first artwork room, in the southeast quadrant.
In New Horizons
- Cannot be sold if it is a forgery.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, if the Dogū's eyes are open, it is fake. If its eyes are closed, it is genuine.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, if the Dogū has antennas on the head, then it is a forgery. The forged Dogū's eyes will periodically glow, and if placed as a regular furniture item, it will float when interacted with.
Museum exhibit description
- "Shakoki refers to how big, round eyes look like Inuit snow goggles used for blocking light."
- — Museum Exhibit, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Created from 1000-400 BC, these fired pottery pieces are widely believed to be representations of mother goddesses associated with fertility, due to their female body shape, big eyes, small waists, and wide hips. As the pieces are fragile, it is quite rare to find unbroken Dogū, such as the one found in the Animal Crossing series.