Speaking of dogs in Fushimi dolls, Chin is the Japanese Chin.
Chin is a small dog loved by people from the Edo period to the Meiji period. They are kept indoors and are characterized by their black ears and curly tail. However, in the Meiji era, when various types of Western-style dogs were introduced to Japan, their popularity gradually disappeared and it is said that the number of Western-style dogs declined sharply in the Taisho era.
A child riding on a small dog, Chin. We are good friends.
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