Shohin Bonsai, which are roughly between 10 and 21 cm, deserve their own size pots.
These pots are often stand-alone pieces of art. Small and refined, with embellishment or hand-painted glaze, and in many different colours of clay and glaze, there is a matching scale for each Shohin.
Many people buy multiple pots for one Shohin or Mame Bonsai, in order to be able to display the tree in different setups, in combination with different other trees and tables. In an arrangement with several bonsai, it is common for colors of glaze to appear no more than once.