Tokusu Choro (Large)

by 丹嘉


Choro is a kadotsuki performer who visited houses in Kyoto during the New Year from the end of the Edo period to the middle of the Meiji period. A kadotsuki is a type of street performer who pretends to be a god and begs for money by standing at the door of a private house and uttering words of blessing, hokkaigoto.

Paper was pasted on a bamboo basket that half of the body was hidden , and a bizarre expression was drawn on it from the head to the waist.

Fushimi dolls are even more exaggerated and no longer have two heads. This is Tokusu Choro.

| Materials |

| Actual size |
13× 10cm

| Handling Precautions |
Please handle with care as it is fragile.

| About delivery date |
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| Others |
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