Japanese Wooden Mask – JWM00011
Japan, Edo period ( 1615–1868 ). Traditional painted wood Noh Mask KO-Omote women Kagura Kabuki Bugaku in 18th century culture. Omote means face. It is the best known of all Noh masks. The word KO represents youth, beauty and cuteness of this woman. This mask reflects a charming and a very young woman.