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Japanese Masks | Noh mask-Uba

Japanese Masks | Noh mask-Uba

Ko-omote

Ko-omote

EA_1956_3516-h-L

EA_1956_3516-h-L

Seisa Palm Cockatoo thisispaper

Seisa Palm Cockatoo thisispaper

般若 (Hannya) The Hannya mask is a mask used in Japanese theater to represent a jealous female demon or serpent. It possesses two sharp bull-like horns, metallic eyes, and a leering mouth split from ear to ear. It is used in Noh, Kyogen, and even Shinto ritual Kagura dances.

般若 (Hannya) The Hannya mask is a mask used in Japanese theater to represent a jealous female demon or serpent. It possesses two sharp bull-like horns, metallic eyes, and a leering mouth split from ear to ear. It is used in Noh, Kyogen, and even Shinto ritual Kagura dances.

Japan  Noh Mask: Jido (Young Male Sprite), 17th century  Mask/headdress; Wood, Wood and polychrome, LACMA

Japan Noh Mask: Jido (Young Male Sprite), 17th century Mask/headdress; Wood, Wood and polychrome, LACMA

EA_1956_3516-p-L

EA_1956_3516-p-L

Kibabeshimi 3

Kibabeshimi 3

Japanese Kabuki Masks | Japanese Kibato-bide (God Aspect) Noh Kabuki Theatre Mask, Hand Carved ...

Japanese Kabuki Masks | Japanese Kibato-bide (God Aspect) Noh Kabuki Theatre Mask, Hand Carved ...

No mask of the Yase-onna type  能面 痩女  Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

No mask of the Yase-onna type 能面 痩女 Japanese, Edo period, 18th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

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