Japanese Haniwa known as "Dancing Man" 7th Century

"Haniwa" or 'Dancing man', japan, It is a clay statue made in Japan Kofun Period about for protecting you from bad things like a curse

Jomon pot The pottery vessels crafted in Ancient Japan during the Jōmon period are generally accepted to be some of the oldest in the world

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.

火焔型土器(縄文土器)

Flame-Style Storage Vessel, c. 2500 BC Japan, Middle Jomon Period (c. 300 BC) earthenware with carved and applied decoration, Diameter - cm inches) Overall - cm inches)

火焔型土器(縄文土器)

Flame-Style Storage Vessel, c. 2500 BC Japan, Middle Jomon Period (c. 300 BC) earthenware with carved and applied decoration, Diameter - cm inches) Overall - cm inches)

火焔型土器(縄文土器)

Flame-Style Storage Vessel, c. 2500 BC Japan, Middle Jomon Period (c. 300 BC) earthenware with carved and applied decoration, Diameter - cm inches) Overall - cm inches)

縄文土器 - Google 検索

Deep pot with hollow rim projections like sea-spray, Andouji, Yamanashi Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Archaeology

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