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Japanese folklore has also humorous characters. Here, hand tattoos of Hyottoko and Okame. They are not Noh characters but famous dance and Japanese culture masks. By Cacau Horihana.

Japanese folklore has also humorous characters. Here, hand tattoos of Hyottoko and Okame. They are not Noh characters but famous dance and Japanese culture masks. By Cacau Horihana.

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