|Period||Edo period, 17th century|
|Materials and techniques||Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze enamels|
|Size||H.7.9 MD.38.5 BD.22.5|
The bowl is decorated with a typical design of ko-Imari ware called hyaku-karako, meaning a hundred Chinese children. In the center of the interior surface are letters "Ju" (longevity) enclosed within green frames, while the wall is painted with meticulous pictures of Chinese children playing indoors.