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a zelkova snare drum handmade by a Japanese drum artisan Mr. Suganuma, Hachioji, Tokyo.
a zelkova/steel combination snare drum handmade by a Japanese drum artisan Mr. Suganuma, Hachioji, Tokyo.
Japanese Taiko (Drum). 1,000 years ago used as military instruments and as time keepers for daily village life. It came to be associated with religious activities. In later periods, the Taiko was played as a centerpiece at festivals,
Japanese big drum. RESEARCH DdO:) - www.pinterest.com... - This is NOT Ōdaiko which means "big taiko" & within any group among drummers in Japan, is largest drum in an ensemble. THIS is nagado- daiko (long-bodied taiko) is by far the most popular taiko used in modern kumi-daiko style playing. Different stands hold the nagado- daiko in various positions. Pinned via Mary Anscombe. Photo CREDIT: Dave Golden via flickr.