Tokyo National Museum


Japan


Jamon Vessel (2500 BC)

Jar (1500 BC)

Clay figurine (2500 BC)

Clay figurine (1000 BC)


Figurines (1000 BC)

Figurines (1000 BC)

Figurine


Figurine

Figurine

Figurine

Figurine


Jar Coffin (1st c BC)

Jomon tool for rice harvest


Jomon pottery

Jomon pottery

Jomon pottery

Jomon pottery


Jar (1st c BC)

Jar (1st c BC)

Dotaku (2nd c)

Dotaku (2nd c)


Dotaku (3rd c)

Dotaku (3rd c)


Dotaku (3rd c)

Mirror (4th c)

Mirrors (4th c)

Mirror (4th c)


Haniwa (5th c)

Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa (6th c)


Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa warrior (6th c)


Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa (6th c)

Haniwa (6th c)

Stone jars (6th c)


Buddha (7th c)

Juicimen Kannon Bosatsu/ Ekadasamukha (8th c)

Juicimen Kannon Bosatsu/ Ekadasamukha (8th c)

Juicimen Kannon Bosatsu/ Ekadasamukha (8th c)


Nikko Bosatsu (8th c)

Nikko Bosatsu (8th c)

Tang-style Glazed pottery (8th c)


Clay pagoda (8th c)

Clay pagoda (8th c)

Vaisravana (9th c)

Vaisravana (9th c)


Sutra case. 1052: Two thousand years after the death of Sakyamuni. First year of the end of Buddhist law. No enlightenment can be attained. Buddhism will decline for 5,670,000,000 years until the coming of Maitreya. Maitreya will need the sutras. Sutras are engraved in paper, clay tables, bronze plates and buried

Sutra case (11th c)

Three Avalokitesvara statues of 13th c (by Ryuan, Tankei and Injo)

Virupaksa (12th c)


Bishamon Ten/ Vaisravana (12th c)

Bishamon Ten/ Vaisravana (12th c)

Bishamon Ten/ Vaisravana (12th c)

Bishamon Ten/ Vaisravana (12th c)


Sixteen arhats (11thc )

Nyoirin Kannon/ Avalokitesvara (14th c)

Portrait sculpture of Yoritomo (14th c)


Landscape of the Four Seasons (15th c)

Landscape of the Four Seasons (15th c)


Armor (17th c)

Tawaraya Sosetsu's Autumn Grasses (17th c)

Matsamura Keibun's Geese by Water in Moonlight (18th c)

Katayama Shokei's Autumn Landscape (17th c)

China


China/Shang: Bu Jar (12th c BC)

China/Shang: Zun Jar (12th c BC)

China: Bo Bell (5th c BC)

China: Hu vase (3rd c BC)


China/ Han: Money tree (2nd c)

China/ post-Han: Ceramic funeral urn (3rd c)

China/ post-Han: Ceramic funeral urn (3rd c)


China/Tang: Ceramic sculpture (7th c)

China/ Tang: Buddhist triad (8th c)

China/ Tang: Buddhist triad (8th c)

China/Tang: Buddha (8th c)

India


Gandhara: Preaching Buddha (3rd c)

Gandhara: Bodhisattva (2nd c)

Gandhara: Buddha (3rd c)


Gandhara relief (2nd c)

Gandhara relief (3rd c)

Afghanistan: Buddhist relief (3rd c)

Gandhara: Buddha (3rd c)


Gandhara: Bodhisattva (3rd c)

India/Chola: Bhairava (13th c)

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