The design and balance of an old kotsuzumi (small tabor) are good. The maki-e (gold lacquer) on which an amishiro (cattle) cart is being pulled under the cherry blossoms in full bloom is also excellent.
Old kotsuzumi drum. It is thought to have been made in the Meiji period. Maki-e on the body is also thought to be made in the same period. The weight of the cylindrical body is 446 grams. This is the main body only. No accessories.
It is in good condition with no noticeable scratches or blemishes. The maki-e is also in good condition with no peeling or floating damage.
The body of this kotsuzumi is made of dense and heavy cherry wood. The maki-e on the body of the kotsuzumi is made of dense and heavy cherry wood.
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