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Japanese Otafuku mask Japan 8 inches, painted papier mache Also known as Uzumi or Okame, Otafuku is the name for the female half of a traditional Japanese Kyogen theatre pair She is considered to be the goddess of mirth and is frequently seen in Japanese art. Part of the Kyogen category of masks, this is a character used for the comic interlude in classic Noh plays. It is also popular with street performers and the general public

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Japanese Noh Mask, Happy Woman Otafuku circa 1875-1920 www.jcollector.com

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Noh masks of Japanese theater.

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Japanese Masks | title shitadashioto style japanese noh mask artist toshizane copy ...

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19th Century Japanese Carved Oni with Okame Mask Ivory Netsuke Signed Yasumasa, 19th century

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Vintage Otafuku Mask. Paper Mache Japanese Kyogen Theatre Mask. Japanese Kyogen Otafuku Mask

Vintage Otafuku Mask. Paper Mache Japanese Kyogen Theatre Mask. Japanese Kyogen Otafuku Mask. $22.50, via Etsy.

A Hangyoku (Young Geisha) holding a Kumade or "Lucky Charm Rake", which are sometimes styled to resemble cypress-slat fans, as here. The Otafuku mask or “Goddess of Mirth” is generally attached to help rake in happiness and prosperity. Kumade are sold at Tori-no-Ichi Festivals that are held in November, throughout Japan. The largest of the Tori-no-Ichi Festivals are in Tokyo.

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Magazine - "The Wilder Mann: Images of the Savage," Photographs by Charles Freger

The Wilder Mann: Images of the Savage (Charles Freger) #art #photography