Netsuke  Japan, 19th century  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Netsuke Japan, 19th century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The fishbone diagram, as originally drawn by Kaoru Ishikawa, is the classic way of displaying root causes of an observed effect

The fishbone diagram, as originally drawn by Kaoru Ishikawa, is the classic way of displaying root causes of an observed effect

This netsuke depicts a crayfish in gold among other fish and shells in a basket…

This netsuke depicts a crayfish in gold among other fish and shells in a basket…

Insects amid Autumn Flowers and Grasses netsuke, mid to late 19th century Japan. Ivory with staining, sumi; ryūsa type

Insects amid Autumn Flowers and Grasses netsuke, mid to late 19th century Japan. Ivory with staining, sumi; ryūsa type

Mokugyo (Dragons on Gong), netsuke, by Asakusa School (Japan, group of netsuke carvers, mid- to late 19th century), mid-19th century

Mokugyo (Dragons on Gong), netsuke, by Asakusa School (Japan, group of netsuke carvers, mid- to late 19th century), mid-19th century

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