This antique Japanese wooden mask of Ebisu, one of the Seven Lucky Gods in Japanese culture, is a rare find that represents a significant part of Japan's traditional art and culture. Used in Kyogen, a form of traditional Japanese comic theater, this mask showcases a simple and minimal design that reflects the essence of Kyogen's short and precise performance.With an inscription on the back that reads "this mask is made in 1584" in ink, this antique mask is the oldest mask to have ever come to our hands. It holds immense historical and cultural value, making it an ideal collector's item for those with a passion for Japanese antiques. If you're looking to add a unique and valuable piece to your collection, this antique Japanese wooden mask of Ebisu could be just what you need. Its rarity and age make it a one-of-a-kind item that's sure to attract the attention of collectors and enthusiasts alike.
1 Cameras, types of lighting, the screen brightness and color, and camera angles may result in the discrepancies in color and shape. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Masks".The seller is "titleandmig" and is located in this country: TH. This item can be shipped worldwide.