Japanese full set of bamboo pole and carved hardwood fish hearth hook, or tea pot holder over the open fire inside the house, from late 1800's to early 1900's, 66" high when used adjustable black iron chain on top(can be extend 10" to 20" more), 54" high for bamboo pole with iron pole inside to hold fish and hook, and the fish is holding heavy black iron flame shape double hook and flexible iron support chain to hold fish straight. The carved fish is dark hardwood, realistic well carved-10" long, 3" high, 2" thick with open mouth and the bottom of the fish is somewhat worn with age. The bamboo pole has crack, that is natural aging after staying above open fire for many years everyday. The large round iron ring has open area with old age. This full set of Jizaikagi is complete original condition and good example of Japanese Mingei.