Elisabeth Paul-Takeuchi

Elisabeth Paul-Takeuchi

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Paris, France / japanese cooking, sushi expert, journalist and food journalist, writer, small business owner. http://www.kaiseki.com/k-blog
Elisabeth Paul-Takeuchi
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A boxwood netsuke of a long-nosed tengu. First half 19th century. 	The tengu dressed as a yamabushi and with huge crow's wing at his back sits in front of a ribbed mortar (suribachi) using his long nose as a pestle (surikogi). Eyes of bone and black horn.Grinding in a mortar is a sexual allusion.

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Japanese Tengu | This wonderful carved mask is in the temple on top of the mountain on ...

The earliest form of Tengu in Japan was a half-bird half-man creature, the Karasu (crow) Tengu, but the commonest form is the red faced, lo.

TENGU CUSTOM ORDER

We are showing traditional Japanese Noh Masks (Noumen), Devil (Oni) Masks, Kyogen Masks.