Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine.    B.C.5,500 - 4,500  This figurine was unearthed on Kamikurokoma, Fuefuki City, Yamanashi  Japan.

Kamikurokoma Yamagata, Japan, B. This figurine was unearthed on Kamikurokoma, Fuefuki City, Yamanashi Japan.

八ヶ岳山麓に脈打つ縄文 茅野の地で生きるわたしたちの アート・表現の第一歩

The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.

Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU".   B.C.3000 - 2000.   This figurine was unearthed on Imojiya Minami-alups Yamanashi Japan.

STAR GATES: B.C Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU". This figurine was unearthed on Imojiya Minami-alups Yamanashi Japan.

[Goddess on mask]   Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU".  BC.2,500 - BC.1,200.    This figurine was unearthed on Nakappara Nagano Japan. 長野県なかっぱら遺跡

Goddess on mask - Japanese ceramic figurine "Dogu" - BC - This figurine was unearthed on Nakappara Nagano Japan.

Dogu (clay figurine), Final Jōmon period (ca. 1000–300 B.C.), Japan     日本

Dogū (Clay Figurine) Period: Final Jōmon period (ca.) Culture: Japan Medium: Earthenware Dimensions: H.

Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU".   The goddess the hand like the fin. Yamanashi Japan. BC.3,500 - BC.2,500

Japanese shaman woman's effigy in the ceramic style called "DOGU". This Bird Tribe goddess figure, has winged hands like many figures around the world.

Ceramic created by the Jomon people of ancient Japan, 14,000 - 300 B.C.  The earliest Japanese art bears no resemblance of what was to come later.  The early Japanese ceramics were both striking and unprecedented.  The following excerpt was written by the scholar Gina Barnes: “Many prehistoric cultures around the world have produced ceramic representations of the human figure. Interestingly, the earliest ceramic figurines date to the Paleolithic (prior to 10,000 BC) in cultures not ha

japaneseaesthetics: “ Ceramic created by the Jomon people of ancient Japan, - 300 B. The earliest Japanese art bears no resemblance of what was to come later. The early Japanese ceramics were.

Kaiju Dogu - 海獣型土製品(縄文晩期):北海道 千歳市 美々4遺跡 - Sea creatures soil type product (Jomon late): Hokkaido Municipal four different ruins

Kaiju Dogu - 海獣型土製品(縄文晩期):北海道 千歳市 美々4遺跡 - Sea creatures soil type product (Jomon late): Hokkaido Municipal four different ruins

縄文土器

divingintotheclay: Middle period Jomon pot, possibly years old. Note the fantastical rim decoration. Jomon are the earliest known pots, dating back over years, and found exclusively in what is now Japan.

しゃがむ土偶 福島県福島市上岡遺跡出土  高さ21.3cm  縄文時代後期

しゃがむ土偶 福島県福島市上岡遺跡出土 高さ21.3cm 縄文時代後期

白根ゆたんぽ : 遮光機土偶展 | 作品 | 東京イラストレーターズソサエティ (TIS)

白根ゆたんぽ : 遮光機土偶展 | 作品 | 東京イラストレーターズソサエティ (TIS)

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