Sue ware pot (Kofun period, 3rd-7th centuries). A sueki jar with a short neck, a convex band, and a spherical body.
An ash glaze is applied on top of the whitish high-quality clay, and the contrast between the natural glaze and the ash covering creates the scenery of the vessel.
The round bottom makes it a picture even if you roll it up.
Comes with dropper for flowers.
If you want the pot to stand upright, put a piece of straw tied in a circle, or a piece of paper rolled up in a circle and wrapped with linen thread, under the pot. Please refer to the last photo.