Title: Design for Nidaiko Drum and Nishoko Cymbal
Publisher: Kyoto Manshudo (ca. 1900), Kyoto, Japan
Publication Date: 1900
Book Condition: Very Good
Two handpainted designs for large, two-person Buddhist ceremonial instruments, a drum and an cymbal. Both are shown suspended from wooden handles, intended to be carried on the shoulders of two men. Both illustrations are stamped by the manufacturer Kyoto Manshudo (or Mansodo), about which we have not been able to learn anything. 18 by 12 inches each. Very good, with old folds, possibly removed from a book. Bookseller Inventory # 16613
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