From the middle of the Jomon period around 3000 BC, Jomon clay figurines and Kaen pottery can be seen actively. A vortex pattern of the golden ratio can also be seen in these, that is, a belief that worshiped Emptiness.

The golden ratio and vortex pattern can be seen in the shakouki clay figurines of the Jomon period, and the lower half of the body is also thick.

A vortex pattern, a statue of a goddess with a thick chest and a thick lower body.

A "child hugging clay figurine" from the Jomon period around 3000 BC. Excavated from Miyata Ruins, Hachioji City, Tokyo. Breastfeeding poses were also seen at the bottom of Sabagios' hands and were a common symbol.