The lines and technique used was by ropes and resembles the different types of diagonal lines used in this jar which refers back to the Jomon era.
The Dotaku bell was made in response to the Chinese bells but with arched holes referring to "tori" and skinnier shape.
This Kofun statue took a hold of and used ceramic styling to make it curvy and less developed.
This little statue is from the Asuka era of which they used for home shrines and as apart of daily prayer.
This piece of artwork is from the Heian period of which used many pictures of nature to show how much they incorporated that into their daily lives.
This temple was built during the Kamakura era of which used the flared pyramid looking triangular roofs as imitation of chinese culture.
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