human face mask with smiling mouth with red lips and top teeth visible; wisps of hair at sides of face and small fringe of bangs; mouth, irises and nostrils cut out

© Yamaguchi Bidou

Noh Mask of Kasshiki, 2004

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Kasshiki refers to an acolyte in a Zen monastery who usually works in the temple kitchen. Because he has not become a full priest, he retains his forelocks. Unlike the divine youths Dōji and Jidō, Kasshiki represents a mortal young man.

Details
Title
Noh Mask of Kasshiki
Artist Life
born 1970
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2004.206.1
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human face mask with smiling mouth with red lips and top teeth visible; wisps of hair at sides of face and small fringe of bangs; mouth, irises and nostrils cut out

© Yamaguchi Bidou

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