• Straw Tokyo Onishi Shoes

    Woven straw, felt soles, rubber heel, brocade thong, circular piece of paper marked with japanese characters. Marked on heel with 'TOKYO ONISHI'.

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  • Monkey trainer jacket

    Costume of man who teaches tricks to monkeys.

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  • Red Rice Bowl

    Two piece covered rice bowl for soup. Rim footed. Marked 'Japan'.

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  • Red Straw Bearded Mask

    Heavy paper mache mask painted red. Gold eyes and mouth outlined in black. Black decorative lines around eyes and nose. Tufts of straw protrudes from cheeks, eyebrows, and chin. 6 inch long nose.

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  • Noh Mask

    Molded and painted face mask. 'Folk' girl in white with black hair. Noh mask.

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  • Paper Bobbing Head Ox

    2 piece molded and painted ox figurine. Nodding head. Painted red and brown. Has horns and tail.

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  • Dress

    Miyake, Issey, 1938- (designer), Issey Miyake (Firm) (designer)

    Dress of pleated blue polyester. Comprised of three layers: outermost is dark blue, middle layer is medium blue, and inner layer is light blue. Dress wraps around body twice and is held in place with…

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  • Fox-Evil Mask

    Painted white Fox-evil mask (Kitune), protruding mouth. Gold eyes, trimmed in orange. Gold mouth trimmed in red. Red ears trimmed in gold. Black eyebrows and whiskers.

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  • Paper Cat in Basket

    One piece molded and painted papier mache cat in basket. Painted red, white and green. In bamboo basket with 2 paper parasols and red and white silk cord. Decoration piece. Marked 'Japan'.

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  • Paper Cat with Toy

    One piece molded and painted cat figure. Painted red, white and green. Has wooden toy and silk rattle on back. Marked 'Japan'.

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  • Red Dharma Doll Bank

    Paper mache bank, red painted with black moustache and hair.

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  • Wooden Geta Shoes

    Japanese Geta - Traditional Wooden Platform Sandals

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  • Golden Cow with Gifts

    2 piece molded and painted cow figurine. Nodding head painted in red, gold, and black. Fabric back blanket with 2 wood boxes and bell tied on back. Decoration-wish for money or gold to put in boxes.

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  • Iris and Butterfly Box

    MK (on bottom): 'J590/252 Made In Japan/Black/Iris.' Painted iris and butterfly, white, top of lid.

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  • Kitsune Mask

    Molded and painted fox mask. Painted white, red and yellow. Fox face-evil mask. Kitsune mask.

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  • Miniature Japanese Teahouse

    Complete landscape with tea house. Man inside, garden on wood frame. Japanese house and gardens set on bamboo-like base, room inside house visible.

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  • Japanese Two-Handled Sewing Basket

    Japanese basket with woven bottom and sides, 1 inch high with very thin wooden spokes, handle for carrying.

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  • Scared Man Paper Mask

    Paper mache mask, molded with mottled brown paper. Narrow forehead, wide cheeks. Black and white paint around eyes. Red circle on each cheek. Black painted hair, wide grin painted red, three black pai…

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  • Japanese Women's Woven Slippers

    Japanese women's slippers made of woven fabric, both top and bottom. Floral design over toes.

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  • Japanese Mask

    Brown, red and gold mask, eyes are circular holes, holes in tops of ears for orange braided string, mouth is open, showing overlapping fangs.

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