Japanese Traditional Noh Mask Kabuki Ko-omote Woman Wall Decoration Rare Mask
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Japanese Traditional Noh Mask Kabuki Ko-omote Woman Wall Decoration Rare Mask:
Japanese Traditional Noh Mask Kabuki Ko-Omote Woman Mask Wall Decoration Rare Mask
You can hang it on the wall for display, the wood is approximately around 12" x 8" at least, high quality made, you get exactly what you see on the photo. Made in Japan, we personally got this during our travel in Japan. Please check also the other item listed in our sale. This particular mask cannot be remove for stage play role because this is made for display and hang to the a Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaboratemake-upworn by some of its performers.
The history of kabuki began in 1603 whenIzumo no Okuni, possibly amikoofIzumo Taisha, began performing a new style of dance drama in the dry riverbeds of Kyoto. It originated in the 17th century.Japan was under the control of theTokugawa shogunate, enforced byTokugawa Ieyasu.
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