Part of a 2020 collection calle "Celadon Resilience" this tea bowl is called Wadatsumi, it could be a man-fish with dimensions comparable to those of the kraken. Compared to him Megalo and Shirahoshi, who have considerable dimensions, represent normal-sized creatures. It has thin arms and legs compared to the bust and head. He has a round face and a wide mouth, full of square teeth. It has hair around the head that looks like a chestnut and the body is also hairy. Because of his appearance, Usop and Oven compared him to an umibōzu.
Watatsumi is also (海神, 綿 津 見) [ɰa.ta.tsɯ.mi], also pronounced Wadatsumi, is a legendary kami (神, god, spirit), Japanese dragon and tutelary god of water in Japanese mythology. Watatsumi no kami (大 綿 津 見 神, "great divinity of the sea") is believed to be another name for the sea divinity Ryujin (龍神, Dragon God), and also for the Watatsumi Sanjin (綿 津 見 三 神, "of the Three Watatsumi "), which regulates the upper, middle, and lower seas respectively and were created when Izanagi was washing himself after returning from Yomi," the underworld.