Traditional Japanese Hanakobu Akujyo Mask
Hanakobu Akujyo (鼻瘤悪尉), with his distinct nose, absence of lower teeth, and upper teeth made of gold or brass; is also referred to as Sarutahiko taijingu.
Akujyo is a fierce old God. In Noh theater, this mask is often used to portray the role of a dragon god in a dance of the plays Shirahige, Ouashiro and Tamano.
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Please note that all the masks listed are old and have been used by Japanese people. This gives the items various weathering and imperfections. They are not perfect. You can see the quality of the items in the photos.
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