Wooden! Japanese Traditional Noh Mask Demon ONI Samurai Kagura Kabuki Bugaku

Wooden! Japanese Traditional Noh Mask Demon ONI Samurai Kagura Kabuki Bugaku

Tengu mask  Japan  8 inches, wood, heavy cord  Tengu are some of the oldest mythological deities in Japan. They inhabit trees, are good swordsmen, and are fond of playing tricks on human beings. Being part bird and part man, they have wings and large noses or beaks

Tengu mask Japan 8 inches, wood, heavy cord Tengu are some of the oldest mythological deities in Japan. They inhabit trees, are good swordsmen, and are fond of playing tricks on human beings. Being part bird and part man, they have wings and large noses or beaks

Noh mask, Shōjō (a drunken sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

Noh mask, Shōjō (a drunken sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

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