Yayoi period

Discover the fascinating world of the Yayoi period and its impact on Japanese art and culture. Uncover ancient traditions and artistic expressions that continue to inspire and captivate today.
Storage jar | Japan | middle Yayoi period (ca. 100 B.C.–A.D. 100) | The Met Pottery, Storage Ideas, Art, Storage Jars, Jar, New Ceramics, Japanese, Storage, Japan Art

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Before the Tokugawa Shogunate, before the feudal era, before the classical Heian period where Japanese culture blossomed, before Buddhism was known in Japan, there was an ancient Japan, a time when true Japanese-ness came into being. An agricultural people from mainland Asia, the Yamato, settled in Japan and began rapidly conquering the island from its aborigines. The mix of new and old cultures would become the ur-Japanese. This image depicts some of the first recognizably Japanese people. History, Illustrators, Samurai, Yayoi Period, Historia, Ilustrasi, Moda, Japan Photo, Yayoi Era

Before the Tokugawa Shogunate, before the feudal era, before the classical Heian period where Japanese culture blossomed, before Buddhism was known in Japan, there was an ancient Japan, a time when true Japanese-ness came into being. An agricultural people from mainland Asia, the Yamato, settled in Japan and began rapidly conquering the island from its aborigines. The mix of new and old cultures would become the ur-Japanese. This image depicts some of the first recognizably Japanese people.

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