Totemic statue of Onari Okami (Concept and painting)
Inari is a kami (a god/spirit in the Shinto religion) who protects rice cultures and is associated to fertility and agriculture. Its messengers take the form of multi-tailed foxes (kitsunes).
The fox mask is often worn during festivals dedicated to rice harvest season in Japan.
The ball with the spiral shape painted on it is a symbol of fertility and integrity.
The stone in between symbolises the statues we can see in Japan and the Japanese kanjis engraved mean "Inari Okami".