This Japanese bottle is made out of bronze. It has an elongated neck with a rounded bottom and ring foot.

Japanese Bottle

This Japanese bottle is made out of bronze. It has an elongated neck with a rounded bottom and ring…

This Japanese bottle is made out of bronze. It has an elongated neck with a rounded bottom and ring foot.

Japanese Bottle

This Japanese bottle is made out of bronze. It has an elongated neck with a rounded bottom and ring…

A Weeping Golden Japanese Cypress.

Cypress

A Weeping Golden Japanese Cypress.

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive and very silky; tail tightly curled over its back, with flowering plume; very diminutive, some specimens weighing under four pounds."—Finley, 1917

Japanese Spaniel

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive…

The Japanese enamel pattern is a design that uses metal fillets that are filled with pulverized colored glass paste.

Japanese Enamel Pattern

The Japanese enamel pattern is a design that uses metal fillets that are filled with pulverized colored…

The abnormal fret band is a pattern found on a Japanese metal vessel (bowl or cup).

Abnormal Fret Band

The abnormal fret band is a pattern found on a Japanese metal vessel (bowl or cup).

(1841-1909) Japanese statesman who was a prominent figure in the modernization of Japan or the Meiji period

Marquis Ito

(1841-1909) Japanese statesman who was a prominent figure in the modernization of Japan or the Meiji…

A citizen of the country of Japan.

Japanese

A citizen of the country of Japan.

Japanese girl doll in traditional national costume.

Japanese doll

Japanese girl doll in traditional national costume.

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

Japanese Medics

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

This illustration shows a Japanese Woman. She is holding an umbrella and wearing a kimono.

Japanese Woman

This illustration shows a Japanese Woman. She is holding an umbrella and wearing a kimono.

Also known as Polygonum cuspidatum. It has hollow stems and has a similar appearance to bamboo. The flowers are small and white, and the leaves are in the shape of an oval.

Japanese Knotweed

Also known as Polygonum cuspidatum. It has hollow stems and has a similar appearance to bamboo. The…

"The fish banners are hollow so that the wind ma fill them, causing fish to rise and fall as the breeze comes and goes...The fish used on this eventful day are the famous carp, which the natives call koi, the unconquerable." -Beard, 1906

Paper koi birthday pole

"The fish banners are hollow so that the wind ma fill them, causing fish to rise and fall as the breeze…

"The Japanese carp stands for good cheer, indomitable will, perseverance, and fortitude, and it is used to impress these virtues upon the boys, but all the good qualities named are fully as necessary for girls even though the Japanese do not mention the fact, but girls are not forgotten." -Beard 1906

Paper koi

"The Japanese carp stands for good cheer, indomitable will, perseverance, and fortitude, and it is used…

This modern pattern is a Japanese design made out of silk. It is a repeating pattern of a bird.

Modern Pattern

This modern pattern is a Japanese design made out of silk. It is a repeating pattern of a bird.

This Japanese pipe-spout pot is made out of enameled metal.

Japanese Pipe-Spout Pot

This Japanese pipe-spout pot is made out of enameled metal.

"Japanese spearhead"—Finley, 1917

Japanese spearhead

"Japanese spearhead"—Finley, 1917

(1847-1934) Japanese Admiral who served the Imperial Japanese Navy

Admiral Heihachiro Togo

(1847-1934) Japanese Admiral who served the Imperial Japanese Navy

"A Vase is a vessel of various forms and materials, applied to the purposes of domestic life, sacrificial uses, etc. They were often used merely for ornament, or were at least primarily ornamental in character and design. The antique vases found in great numbers in ancient tombs and catacombs in Etruria, Southern Italy, Greece, Sicily, etc., and used to contain the ashes of the dead, were for the most part made of baked clay, painted and glazed. Rare Chinese and Japanese vases are highly prized, and $20,000 has been paid for one vase at auction in New York."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Chinese, Japanese and Indian Vases

"A Vase is a vessel of various forms and materials, applied to the purposes of domestic life, sacrificial…