This is an "Amabie” iron ingot for cooking.
It is said that amabie is a Japanese folk monster, who instructed people to make copies of its likeness to defend against illness.
We made it for a wish for the end of Covit-19.
The amabie. Woodblock print, late Edo period, dated Kōka 3 (1846). Public Domain
For a more detailed description of Amabie, here.
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