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JAPANESE Pot with Whorl Design c. 3000–2000 BC Earthenware . This pot dates to the middle of the Jomon period (c. 3000–2000 BC), which was Japan's Neolithic era. Jomon translates to "vines or cords," and the period gets its name from the swirling decorative motifs often found on earthenware storage and cooking vessels produced during that time. MFAH | Collections | Arts of Asia | Pot with Whorl Design

JAPANESE Pot with Whorl Design c. 3000–2000 BC Earthenware . This pot dates to the middle of the Jomon period (c. 3000–2000 BC), which was Japan's Neolithic era. Jomon translates to "vines or cords," and the period gets its name from the swirling decorative motifs often found on earthenware storage and cooking vessels produced during that time. MFAH | Collections | Arts of Asia | Pot with Whorl Design

Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000), Japan

Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000), Japan

Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000), Japan

Japanese clay vessel made in Jomon era (BC 145~3000), Japan

Jomon (Japan) c. 2500 BC

Jomon (Japan) c. 2500 BC

'Summer in China', Oamul Lu

'Summer in China', Oamul Lu

Decorated scatter plot by Bokeh of Python.

Decorated scatter plot by Bokeh of Python.

Decorated scatter plot by Bokeh of Python.

Decorated scatter plot by Bokeh of Python.

windthebastard: Some of the most fascinating pottery ever made in Japan dates back to the Jomon period (10,000 BC to 300 BC). The open-pit fired large vessels had the most amazing decorative features and continue to inspire potters today, most notably the late Okabe Mineo, Mashiko’s Shimaoka Tatsuzo, and Bizen’s “kiln god” Mori Togaku.

windthebastard: Some of the most fascinating pottery ever made in Japan dates back to the Jomon period (10,000 BC to 300 BC). The open-pit fired large vessels had the most amazing decorative features and continue to inspire potters today, most notably the late Okabe Mineo, Mashiko’s Shimaoka Tatsuzo, and Bizen’s “kiln god” Mori Togaku.

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

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

Dogu ceramics, discovered in Aomori, Japan, Jomon-era, 3,500- 2,500 BCE

Dogu ceramics, discovered in Aomori, Japan, Jomon-era, 3,500- 2,500 BCE