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Japanese Buddhist Wooden Mokugyo Temple Drum

  • This antique Japanese Buddhist temple drum is called a Mokugyo. It is a wooden percussion instrument used during chanting that has fish shaped handles. The drum is usually laid on its side on a cushion and struck with a leather wrapped mallet. It is circa 1860 from the Edo period (1800-1868). View at


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