Kite; made of paper and bamboo; two pieces of bamboo crossed into cross with crosspieces from top to outside point of cross for frame on back; diamond-shaped piece of white paper glued onto front of frame, painted with woman's face (black hair, pink eyelids and cheeks, red lips) and yellow fan with red shape around her head.
- Made in: Japan
- Length: 25.7 centimetres
- Width: 22.2 centimetres
- Depth: 0.6 centimetres
- Weight: 6 grammes
See Streeter, Val. The Art of the Japanese Kite. New York: Weatherhill, 1974.
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Object reference number: EAS34082
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