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    Dogu, Aomori Pref.

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    Japanese Jomon ceramic. The Jomon culture was a neolithic period in Japan that lasted from 10,000 BC to 300 AD in Japan.

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    Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU". B.C.2000 - 1000. This figurine was unearthed on Horiai Hirakawasi Aomori Japan.

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    Square dish with bamboo grass design. late 18th to early 19th century, Kyoto, Japan, by artist Ogata Kenzan. Gift of Charles Lang Freer . Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

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    The Kofun period art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure with koto. Kanagawa Japan

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    Kyoto ware incense box in shape of crouching rabbit. Stoneware with enamels over clear glaze. Nonomura Ninsei, active ca. 1646-77. Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Gift of Charles Lang Freer . Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

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    Patinated bronze vase, late Edo period (mid-19th century). Japan

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    A JAPANESE SHIBYAMA INLAID IVORY FRUIT decorated with insects. 2.25ins high.

    A JAPANESE SHIBYAMA INLAID IVORY FRUIT decorated

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    quiver shaped haniwa.kofun: 5thc.terra cotta.muro miya-yama tumulus, nara prefecture

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    Haniwa which expressed a shield. Nara Japan. The Kofun period (AD.250-AD.592) art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure.

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    Incense Burner Kagoshima, Japan, Edo period Stoneware with clear colorless glaze; silver lid H: 13.2 W: 9.9 cm

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    Dogu are from the earliest-dated tradition of pottery manufacture in the world, dating to the prehistoric Jomon period, which began 16,000 years ago. Japan

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    Late Jomon clay head Shidanai Iwateken 1500BCE~1000BCE

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    Important Cultural Property Deer Haniwa, excavated from Hiradokoro ruins Kofun period, Shimane Prefectural Board of Education heritageofjapan.w...

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    “Birdcage” Vase, Japan, ca. 1700, porcelain, copper, gold, bamboo, pigment

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    ceramist MASU Taka, Japan 升たか

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    Japanese Pottery

    宮岡麻衣子作 菊花文小皿|-ももふく的日常-

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    The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures

    The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures

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    Odo ware Teabowl 18-19th century Japan.

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    Deep Vessel with Handles, Japan: Middle Jōmon period (ca. 3500–2500 B.C.)

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    Vase in the form of a small gourd with a section of scrolling vine and leaves, on which crawls a ladybug. Katsuyoshi (Shōami Katsuyoshi, 1832 – 1908). Meiji 9 or 1876

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    Raku pottery

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    Pitcher of Fusatsu type Bronze H 23.8 Kamakura period 13th century

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    Dogū (Clay figurine) (Excavated from Sugisawa site, Yuza-machi, Akumi-gun, Yamagata) Baked clay H 18.3 Jōmon period 10th-4th century B.C.

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