Japanese Noh Drama Magojiro Costume Resin Mask
Excellent mask for Cosplay & Ideal for the collection of Japanese culture fans.
Perfect costume, this mask is made by resin casting then spray-paint & grave finely by hand.
- Compare with the Mask made of plastic or latex:
At first, the texture is completely different, the material of resin gives you the feeling like real metal, wood, stone, etc. And it's harmless to your body indeed.
Secondly, the resin is much more durable, the item can last for many years, the mask is not only a costume but also an art craft. You can use it as a home decor as well.
Tips before placing order:
To have the best quality, the mask is a little heavy, 240 g more or less, it's not recommended to wear them for a long time, you might be tired.
MATERIALS & DETAILS
- Material: Friendly Resin
- Dimension: 17*26 cm (6.7*10.2 in)
- Color: White & Black &Red
- Manufacturing techniques: Resin Casting
- Weight: 400 g (14.1 oz)
Recognized as an onna-men unique to the Kongo achool of Noh, Magojiro takes its name from the sixteenth-century oiemoto (head) of the school, Kongo Magojiro Hisatsugu, and is reputedly modeled on his wife, who died of a young age. Kongo is said to have worn the mask on stage. The original is known as "Omokage"(face, visage), while all utsushi (copies) are called Magojiro. If one were to rank the attractiveness of female characters in Noh, this would be the pinnacle of noble feminine beauty.